58 commercial city schemes await planning decision
FIFTY-EIGHT commercial schemes in Londonderry await decision, according to the Planning Minister, Alex Attwood.
Mr Attwood revealed the total saying the figure was accurate up until January 14.
The city had the second highest total number of projects-on-hold in Northern Ireland whilst Belfast had 95.
He explained that applications differ in complexity and in quality of submission and also attract varying levels of objection.
“Consultation with a number of statutory and non-statutory bodies is often required to inform the decision making process, and assessment of all material planning considerations can result in amendments being made to submitted plans,” he stated.
“All of these issues may prolong the processing of an application. A project management approach is used by case officers and line managers in accordance with the Good Practice Guide which was published in June 2009,” he stated.
- Atos overuling GPs on sick claimants’ requests for visits
- Star players return for Deery
- The amazing story of Francis Makemie, a Ramelton man, and the founder of American dissent
- Crow hampers RAF electronic warfare drills in North Sea
- Londonderry demonstrators to converge on Enniskillen on G8 protest buses
Search for a job
Search for a car
Search for a house
Weather for Londonderry
Wednesday 19 June 2013
Temperature: 10 C to 18 C
Wind Speed: 20 mph
Wind direction: South west
Temperature: 12 C to 18 C
Wind Speed: 14 mph
Wind direction: South