DSD – Belfast Queen's Quay Redevelopment – City of Belfast - Project Profile
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Department for Social Development (DSD) is planning to redevelop Queen's Quay in Belfast, Northern Ireland.
The project involves the construction of a mixed-use hub on 1.3ha of land. The project will be developed in five stages.
Phase one of the project includes the public realm improvements with an integrated cycle route and new areas of grassed public spaces. Later phases include a four-star hotel with 300 homes, bars, restaurants, removal of Station Street flyover, upgrade of Lagan Walkway Bridge, parking space and other related facilities.
The project involves the construction of a mixed-use hub on 1.3ha of land in Belfast, Northen Ireland, the UK.
The US$300 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of a four-star hotel
2. Construction of 300 homes
3. Construction of bars
4. Construction of restaurants
5. Removal of Station Street flyover
6. Upgrade of Lagan Walkway Bridge
7. Construction of parking space
8. Construction of other related facilities
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