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Northern Ireland round-up: Major regeneration project approved for Derry; O’Neill launches £1m flood protection scheme

Words: Roger Milne

A round-up of planning news in Northern Ireland: 9 January-15 January, 2016

Major regeneration project approved for Derry

Plans for the largest single regeneration project in Derry have been given the green light after proposals for the Ebrington scheme were approved by environment minister Mark H Durkan.

The Planner

Growing shortage of minerals and waste planners – survey

There is a growing shortage in the number of minerals and waste planners, according to the results of an RTPI survey.

The Planner

The Linen Quarter

Belfast City Council has begun consulting on a detailed planning and development strategy for the Linen Quarter, one of Belfast’s most historic districts.

Belfast City Council

A6: New dual carriageway to take over three years to complete

A proposed new dual carriageway between Londonderry and Belfast is expected to take three-and-a-half years to complete, Northern Ireland's roads authority has said.

BBC News 

O’Neill launches £1m flood protection scheme

Agriculture minister Michelle O’Neill has launched a new £1 million scheme to help people protect their homes from flooding.

Northern Ireland Executive