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BDP's £200 million scheme to redevelop Victoria Square in Belfast has been given a major boost by the Northern Ireland Assembly, which last week gave the go-ahead for developer MDC to acquire key parcels of land needed for the scheme. The plans for the square include 52,000m 2ofretail, a health club, 30 luxury apartments overlooking the River Lagan and new underground parking. A planning application is set to follow and work could start within two years.

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