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10/02/2017

Northern Ireland round-up: Major Belfast city centre regeneration project mooted; Public’s views sought for local development plan

Words: Roger Milne

A round-up of planning news in Northern Ireland: 4 February-10 February, 2017

Major Belfast city centre regeneration project mooted

Fresh plans for an ambitious £4,000 million redevelopment scheme in Belfast are set to go on public display next week.

The Planner

Shortlist announced for RTPI excellence awards

Ninety finalists have made the shortlist for the RTPI Awards for Planning Excellence 2017.

The Planner

13-storey office block latest piece in Belfast’s waterfront regeneration jigsaw

Belfast Harbour Company has confirmed that it has appointed a design team for its City Quays 4 project, a riverfront scheme that is expected to provide 18,580 square metres of Grade A commercial floor space.

Belfast Telegraph

Listed building in Belfast city centre goes on market for £800k

A four-storey, B-listed Victorian office and retail building in Belfast city centre, close to Ulster University and Castlecourt Shopping Centre, is now on the market.

Belfast Telegraph

Public’s views sought for local development plan

Planning officials from Derry City and Strabane City Council are seeking responses on 22 key planning issues as part of a European project, which provides an extra opportunity for the public to be involved in spatial planning and place-making as the first local development plan for the area is prepared.

Derry City & Strabane District Council

Northern Ireland hotel’s £5m plan to become luxury spa resort

County Antrim's Tullyglass House Hotel is in line for a £5 million expansion that will turn the venue into a luxury spa retreat, thanks to a proposed four-storey extension.

Belfast Telegraph

Examination of local development plans

The consultation period for the Planning Appeals Commission’s new draft procedures for local development plan examinations has a fortnight to run.

Planning Appeals Commission

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