The case for a growth deal for Belfast

Document type
Discussion paper
Corporate author(s)
Date of publication
16 November 2016
Community Development and Regeneration, Social Policy
Social welfare
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This document was presented to key figures including the Northern Ireland Secretary of State at a cross-party event in Parliament. It outlines the need for a Belfast Growth deal as key to capturing the city’s significant potential; transforming public services, delivering economic growth and closing the gap on inequality – not just for the City Region, but for Northern Ireland as a whole.

Belfast today is full of ambition, optimism and – above all – energy. A city on the rise, Belfast is proud of its ever expanding global outlook which boasts a young, talented workforce, a Foreign Direct Investment hub and a thriving cultural scene.

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