City of Belfast: Grosvenor Road redevelopment: a report.
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City of Belfast: Grosvenor Road redevelopment: a report. by Northern Ireland Housing Trust.

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Published in Belfast .
Written in English


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Pagination(29) leaves
Number of Pages29
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Open LibraryOL19570383M

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Grosvenor Road Belfast BT12 5AT: Tina Black [email protected]: Shaftesbury Community Centre: 97 Balfour Avenue Belfast BT7 2EW: Gerard Rice [email protected]: Ballymacarrett Community Centre: Ballymacarrett Walkway Belfast BT4 1SX: Amanda Quinn [email protected]: Travellers. The information contained in the reports associated with the following 5 items is restricted in accordance with Part 1 of Schedule 6 of the Local Government Act (Northern Ireland) Resolved – That the Committee agrees to exclude the members of the Press and public from the Committee meeting during discussion of these items as, due to the nature of the items, there would be a disclosure. There is now the need for new direction to stem the decline of the region's Capital City, to stimulate and focus growth within the Belfast urban area and facilitate the development of Belfast as a dynamic European city. This new focus is partially evident in recently published national and regional strategic documents i.e. The Regional Development Strategy for Northern Ireland. The commission publishes the “Planning Proposals for the Belfast Area” in which it recommends the construction of three fast arterial routes in Belfast roughly following the Antrim Road, Bangor Road and Lisburn Road routes. It also proposed that a ring road be constructed around the city centre with roundabouts at each of the arterial routes.

Belfast’s history as a modern town begins on 27 April A royal charter, issued in the name of James I, transformed what had been a collection of dwellings by a river crossing into a legal.   A typical street scene in Belfast City Centre in the 80s, this photo was taken at the junction of the Lisburn Road and Bradbury Place. At the time this photograph was taken, the area was a vibrant shopping area, but many of the shops in the background are now fast food outlets.   Larry O’Toole, then a prominent member of Sinn Féin, was shot and injured during a First Holy Communion church service for local children in Ballymun, Dublin. OToole’s son, Lar, was also shot by the gunman who was chased out of the church and later caught by a number of the pursuers. Eamon Devlin is on Facebook. Join Facebook to connect with Eamon Devlin and others you may know. Facebook gives people the power to share and makes the.

According to an Annual Report of the Northern Ireland Housing Trust dated from sixties, the plan, entitled 'Model of Cullingtree Road/Grosvenor Road Redevelopment Area', had been developed as. Mr. de Burca provided the Members with an overview of the works which had been completed across the city in preparation for the Belfast Rapid Transit (BRT) project. He also outlined to the Committee a number of ongoing works, which involved regenerating 22km of road through the east, west and city .   Page 4. BELFAST In The ’s - A Photographic Record. Building a bridge across the River Lagan at Shaws Bridge to carry a water main to the city from the Mourne Mountains The “new” Belfast. University of Ulster’s plan to relocate from suburban Jordanstown to the north inner city has been welcomed as a positive move, as it will br to 15, students.