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Plans in train for first apart-hotel in Belfast

24th March, 2019
] Gareth Graham, director, Oakland Holdings, with Suzanne Wylie, chief executive of Belfast City Council

Oakland Holdings has confirmed that a full planning application has been submitted for Belfast’s first city centre apart-hotel, proposed for the junction of Queen Street and College Street.

Speaking from MIPIM, the world’s largest property conference in Cannes, Oakland Holdings director Gareth Graham set out details of the multimillion-pound development.

It’s proposed that the apart-hotel would replace an existing 1980s three-storey block and be open for business next year.

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