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Councillors fail to show at meeting to address concerns about Belfast’s Cathedral Quarter

Only one politician turned up at business meeting to discuss drug misuse and cleanliness in the popular area, writes Emma Deighan

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Niall McKenna has been calling on the council to clean up the Cathedral quarter area of Belfast (Photo by Charles McQuillan/Getty Images).

Niall McKenna has been calling on the council to clean up the Cathedral quarter area of Belfast (Photo by Charles McQuillan/Getty Images).

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Chef Niall McKenna

Chef Niall McKenna

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Niall McKenna has been calling on the council to clean up the Cathedral quarter area of Belfast (Photo by Charles McQuillan/Getty Images).

A leading restaurateur has hit out after just one Belfast City councillor turned up to a meeting held last month to discuss drug misuse and cleanliness issues in the Cathedral Quarter.

Niall McKenna has been calling on the council to clean up the area, popular with tourists and locals alike for its range of pubs and restaurants, for more than a year.


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