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29/09/2017

Northern Ireland round-up: Gold mine project strikes turbulence; Belfast council’s decision to list two Victorian buildings welcomed

Words: Roger Milne

A round-up of planning news in Northern Ireland: 23 September-29 September, 2017

NI gold mine project strikes turbulence

The company behind proposals to expand gold-mining activity in the Sperrin Mountains has confirmed that it will submit an application for what will be a regionally significant project ‘in the coming weeks’.

The Planner

Belfast council’s decision to list two Victorian buildings welcomed

The Ulster Architectural Heritage Society has welcomed decisions to list Victorian properties on North Street in Belfast city centre, as well as a large ‘gentleman’s residence’ at Malone Park.

Belfast Telegraph

Taxpayer expected to take £30m loss on NI investment scheme

The taxpayer is expected to make a loss of almost £30 million from ‘high-risk’ investment schemes promoting small business expansion in Northern Ireland, according to the NI Audit Office.

Belfast Telegraph 

NIPP planned downtime

The Northern Ireland Planning Portal will be unavailable for most of tomorrow, 30 September, to allow for further software update work.

Planning Portal NI

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