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Belfast City Council has approved plans for an £8m 63-bedroom hotel called The Waring in the Cathedral Quarter by 2018, with the creation of at least 60 jobs.
Belfast City Council has approved plans for a new hotel with 179 bedrooms on Hope Street and a 46-room expansion of Ten Square Hotel on Linenhall Street.
Belfast City Council is considering plans for an 80,000 sq ft extension of the former First Trust Bank building at Queen's Square for Stargime of France.
Belfast City Council is to approve plans from the owners of The Merchant Hotel for a new 58-bedroom hotel in the city centre, with the creation of 100 jobs.
Belfast City Council is to consider plans from the owners of Benedicts Hotel for a new 40-bedroom hotel in the Cathedral Quarter, with the creation of up to 100 jobs.
Belfast City Council is planning to invest £105m in improvements to its leisure facilities over the next ten years.
Belfast City Council has won lottery funding for the £4m restoration of the Tropical Ravine at the Botanic Gardens.
Belfast City Council has announced a £150m investment programme for the next three years, including a £20m expansion of convention facilities at the Waterfront Hall.
Belfast City Council is to consider plans from Village Homes to build an eight-storey complex of 56 apartments and shops at the Nambarrie site on Waring Street.
Belfast City Council is to consider plans from Sun Explorer to build a £50m 26-storey hotel and apartment complex on Castle Street, which could create 300 jobs.
Belfast City Council is linking up with Time Associates, Gems and Belfast Metropolitan College to launch the Hospitality & Retail Training for Employment programme, in order to provide job training for the long-term unemployed and create up to 200 jobs.
Belfast City Council has approved plans for the £6m expansion of Ravenhill rugby stadium, including three new stands with hospitality areas.
Belfast City Council is to commission a new report into proposals for the development of a new stadium in the city, and all potential sites will be considered.
Belfast City Council is to consider plans for the £1bn redevelopment of the Titanic quarter, including a tourist centre and 3m sq ft of hotels, shops and apartments.
Belfast City Council is to consider plans for the development of a £25m 161-bed luxury hotel at the former Crumlin Road Courthouse.
Belfast City Council is to consider plans from Cordia Hotels for the development of a £25m four-star hotel on Hope Street, which will create 200 jobs.
Belfast City Council is to consider plans from Andras House to build a four-star 215-bedroom hotel between Hope Street and Wellwood Street.
Belfast City Council has received detailed proposals for the development of a £100m visitor attraction on the shore of Belfast Lough, in order to tell the story of the Titanic.
Belfast City Council is to consider plans from Brunswick Sirocco for a £85m retail development on a 16-acre site formerly occupied by Howden Sirocco on the east bank of the Lagan.
Belfast City Council is to consider plans from Killutagh Estates for the £4m expansion of the Connswater Shopping Centre.
Belfast City Council is to consider plans from Westfield and MEPC to double the size of the CastleCourt shopping centre, with the creation of 3,500 jobs.
Belfast City Council is to consider plans from Multi Development Corporation of the Netherlands for a £200m shopping and leisure complex in Belfast which would create about 6,000 jobs.
Belfast City Council is to consider plans from Comtech Developments to set up a call centre at the Klondyke Building on the city's Gasworks site, which would create 200 jobs.