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BUILDING Belfast Advanced Road Scheme and National Cycle Route ARCHITECT Paul Hogarth Company CLIENT Laganside Corporation PRODUCT Pomery Natural Stone CHARACTERISTICS Blister paving designed for pedestrian crossing junctions with corduroy-patterned paving for beginnings and ends of cycleways.

Yellow granite setts for car parking at Donegall Quay, kerbing and steel-grey granite channels SPECIAL PROPERTIES Special stone engraving and carving includes cycle logos to delineate rights of way for cyclists ENQUIRY NO 1202

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