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£400K. for improvements to Derry’s Dorman’s Wharf

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Derry Journal - online and in print on Tuesday, Friday and Sunday.

Funding has just been announced for a series of public realm works on Dorman’s Wharf and the area around Waterside Railway Station.

The £400,000 project will cover an area on the east bank of the River Foyle stretching between Craigavon Bridge and the railway station.

The works will include enhancements to paving and street lighting, street furniture and landscaping.

The project represents a continued investment by the Northern Ireland Executive in the public realm adjacent to the riverside in the city, with more than £900,000 previously spent on schemes on the west bank of the river.

Social Development Minister Nelson McCausland says: “The upgrade will continue the investment which my Department has been making to upgrade the Riverside Walkway in its entirety and to focus on the River Foyle as an amenity to be enjoyed by all who live in and visit the city.”

 

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