Row over Casement Park bar is settled
An ongoing row with threats of legal action to halt building work on Casement Park's planned multi-million pound redevelopment has been settled.
The revamp will make the west Belfast stadium the GAA's premier venue in Ulster.
The new 38,000-seat capacity stadium is costing £76m, but some residents remain opposed to the plans.
The old Casement Park will be demolished as part of the plans.
The row between members of a social club that operates under the current stand and the GAA saw both sides threatening legal action.
The GAA threatened to sue the members of a social club within the ground, while they had brought a legal action to halt building work.
Members of the social club felt they deserved an alternative venue during the construction and wanted to be part of the new set-up.
The club members were seeking an injunction which could have halted building work.
In a joint statement it emerged the GAA and social club members had reached agreement.