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Northern Ireland round-up: Key Dungannon development proposed; Lough Neagh sand dredging inquiry ends

Words: Roger Milne

A round-up of planning news in Northern Ireland: 23 June-29 June, 2018

Key Dungannon development proposed

County Antrim based developer the Moorefield Group has unveiled proposals for a mixed-use scheme on a prominent site in Dungannon, which has been vacant for more than 30 years.

The Planner

Belfast car-park re-development unveiled

Fresh proposals have been announced to transform a car park at Belfast's Smithfield Market into a multi-million-pound office and retail development.

Belfast Telegraph

Toome housing scheme plans submitted

Proposals have been submitted for the demolition of a prominent former hotel in Toome, County Antrim, and its replacement with a housing scheme.

Insider Media

Capital invests in ‘smart’ street furniture

More than 20 pieces of 'smart' street furniture valued at £3 million and equipped with defibrillators, free wi-fi, air quality readings and mobile phone charging, are to be installed around the capital.

Belfast Telegraph

Finance firm to create 605 jobs

Belfast financial services firm FinTrU is to create 605 jobs and establish a new Derry office as part of a £38 million expansion.

Irish News

Lough Neagh sand dredging inquiry ends

The Planning Appeals Commission has concluded its inquiry into a regionally significant planning application over sand dredging in Lough Neagh and is now completing a report for submission to the Department for Infrastructure.

Planning Appeals Commission