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Northern Ireland round-up: Major Derry housing scheme rejected; Green light for Dundonald development

Words: Roger Milne

A round-up of planning news in Northern Ireland: 1 August-7 August, 2020

Major Derry housing scheme rejected

A major residential scheme proposed for farmland on the outskirts of Derry has been refused by the planning authority.

The Planner

Green light for Dundonald development

Lisburn & Castlereagh City Council has approved a mixed-use residential-led scheme providing 119 new homes and an 18-unit business park for a site in Comber Road, Dundonald.

Lisburn & Castlereagh City Council

Barn development facing enforcement action

Retrospective planning permission has been refused for a barn development in Lisburn that councillors claimed was more like a house and which is now the subject of enforcement action by Lisburn & Castlereagh City Council. The scheme had been backed by the local MLA, the agriculture and environment minister Edwin Poots.

Belfast Telegraph

Dungannon development

Newpark Developments has submitted proposals for a social housing scheme comprising 49 new homes in Dungannon. 

Insider Media

Belfast flats and shops

Cornerstone Construction has unveiled plans for a part four and part six-storey building, which would provide 21 flats and three ground-floor retail units close to Belfast city centre.

Insider Media