Waterfront development must be welcoming

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Abstract

A response to proposals by Belfast City Council for new development around the city's Laganside and Waterfront Hall venues for expansion of existing business tourist/convention use. The article argues that any new development must be aware, and wary, of previous legacies to 'regenerate' Laganside through private-led frameworks. The author advocates an integrated approach where private investment is led by public-space priorities to reconnect a more welcoming, shared, waterfront to the Belfast city centre.
LanguageEnglish
VolumeMonday
Publication statusPublished - 6 Feb 2012

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