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Open air: An artist’s impression of how planned development will look

Open air: An artist’s impression of how planned development will look

Open air: An artist’s impression of how planned development will look

A new boardwalk area for outdoor hospitality will be unveiled at Linenhall Street in Belfast city centre next month when it's hoped lockdown restrictions will be eased.

It's part of a £0.5m project involving Linen Quarter Belfast Improvement District (Bid) to create more outdoor space in the city centre as businesses and society emerge from lockdown.

And in May a parklet - a semi-enclosed outdoor area - will be installed outside the BBC featuring cycle stands and plants. There are plans for wider pavements and outdoor artwork on Adelaide Street over the summer.


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