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Antrim's Junction retail park unwraps phase two plans

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From left: Junction director Chris Flynn, Antrim and Newtownabbey Mayor John Smyth and Craig Stewart and Alastair Coulson of Lotus Property

From left: Junction director Chris Flynn, Antrim and Newtownabbey Mayor John Smyth and Craig Stewart and Alastair Coulson of Lotus Property

From left: Junction director Chris Flynn, Antrim and Newtownabbey Mayor John Smyth and Craig Stewart and Alastair Coulson of Lotus Property

The second phase of the £30m redevelopment of Antrim's Junction retail park has been unveiled, detailing new infrastructure leading into and throughout the site.

The plans show a tree-lined entrance, improved access and the creation of a public square with all-weather "urban furniture".

They follow on from the completion of the first phase of the redevelopment which began in 2018 and attracted new tenants including The Entertainer, Nando's and TGI Fridays, which will open in the coming months.

Alastair Coulson, managing director of owners Lotus Property, said the phase would be completed by 2021.

He added: "The arrival of global brands like Nando's and TGI Fridays is a testament to how far we've come on this journey."

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