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Northern Ireland round-up: Government department relocation from Belfast, wind farm back up and running

Words: Roger Milne

A round-up of planning news in Northern Ireland: 14 February-20 February, 2015

Ministers bang the drum over key department relocation from Belfast

Senior Stormont politicians have been banging the drum for the development benefits which should flow to the North West of Northern Ireland as a result of the Department of Agriculture and Rural Development (DARD) moving its headquarters from Belfast to Ballkelly.

The Planner

Luxury hotel has designs on derelict Titanic offices in Belfast

The now-derelict Belfast building where the ill-fated liner Titanic was designed is set for a new lease of life as a luxury hotel.

Belfast Telegraph 

Screggagh Wind Farm back up running after collapse of giant turbine

A County Tyrone wind farm that was shut after a 100-metre tall turbine collapsed is back in action.

Belfast Telegraph

Archivists to digitise Derry’s Historic Building Plans

Guildhall Press and Derry City Council’s Archive and Genealogy Service are working together on an innovative pilot digitisation and cataloguing project that will see hundreds of Derry’s historic building plans become available to the public for the first time.

Derry City Council