City Quays Masterplan has been Approved

Belfast Harbour has been awarded outline planning permission for the £250m, 20 acre City Quays development.

1402383016--City-Quays.jpg
Belfast Harbour has been awarded outline planning permission for the £250m, 20 acre City Quays development.

The water-side development will be office led and also include retail, residential, a hotel and a car park.

Welcoming the award of outline planning permission for City Quays, Graeme Johnston, Belfast Harbour’s Property Director said:

“City Quays is an extension of the highly successful Clarendon Dock development.  The 20-acre development will regenerate a significant section of Belfast’s waterfront and help reconnect the river frontage to the city centre. City Quays is an office-led, mixed use scheme which will be of particular appeal to potential inward investors and growing local businesses.  Construction is underway for the first office in the development. Today’s award of outline planning approval for the entire scheme will enable Belfast Harbour to progress more detailed plans and showcase the full City Quays project to potential investors.”