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Northern Ireland round-up: Spring 2019 for new planning IT system?; South Belfast health and well-being project makes waves

Words: Roger Milne

A round-up of planning news in Northern Ireland: 8 December-14 December, 2018

Spring 2019 for new planning IT system?

The business case for a new planning IT system will be published later this month and a start on procuring it should be under way by spring 2019, Northern Ireland’s chief planner Angus Kerr has announced in his latest update on current planning issues.

The Planner 

South Belfast health and well-being project makes waves

Plans for the first phase of the ambitious £100 million Health and Wellbeing Park earmarked for the area around the B1 listed King's Hall in south Belfast have been approved by the city council.

Irish News

Thumbs down for TV star’s Portrush des res

Film and TV star James Nesbitt’s development company has been refused permission by Causeway Coast & Glens Borough Council for a luxury home in Portrush that is nearly complete.

Coleraine Chronicle

Carrickfergus Castle contract

A £1 million conservation project at Carrickfergus Castle has taken a major step forward with the award of the construction contract for a new roof to the castle’s Great Tower.

Northern Ireland Executive

Carlingford Lough dredge dumping ditched

Warrenpoint Port has cancelled plans to dump dredged material near protected areas in Carlingford Lough because of the potential environmental impact.

BBC News