Stormont suspension could scupper planned multibillion-dollar Tyrone gold mine project

Dalradian Gold is currently in the midst of a planning application for its Curraghinalt site in Tyrone. This has to be submitted for official approval by the Northern Ireland Executive – which has been suspended since January 2017

Barry J Whyte

Chief Feature Writer @whytebarry
14th October, 2018

The lack of a government in Northern Ireland is holding up several major infrastructure projects, including a billion-dollar gold mine in Tyrone.

Dalradian Gold is currently in the midst of a planning application for its Curraghinalt site in Tyrone.

This has to be submitted for official approval by the Northern Ireland Executive – which has been suspended since January 2017.

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