Belfast Waterside project gets the green light from council

The £400 million plan will see office space developed to create around 8,000 new jobs in the city

23rd June, 2019
CGI of Creative Cluster Square in the new Belfast Waterside scheme

A £400 million plan to regenerate the former Sirocco Works site in Belfast has been given approval by Belfast City Council’s Planning Committee last week.

Designed by international architects Hennings Larsen, Osborne+Co’s proposals for the Waterside Belfast will see the development of office space for around 8,000 jobs, 675 residential apartments, a hotel and a serviced apartments space.

Chris Kane, chairman of Osborne+Co, said: “We are delighted with this approval. We will...

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