29/11/2013

Redevelopment For Odyssey Site

A proposed redevelopment of land adjacent to Belfast's Odyssey complex has been given outline planning permission.

The £100m development includes some 800 homes, two hotels, a retail area, leisure area, cafes, bars and restaurants and a large multi-storey car park.
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The scheme is predicted to create over 1,000 jobs, with a further 800 during the construction phase, planning consultants, Turley Associates have said.

(MH/JP)

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