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February 2, 2009

UU scheme a £250m boost for economy

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The University of Ulster today revealed details of a major development plan costing more than £250m which will result in the majority of its Jordanstown courses moving to the Belfast campus. The university also detailed plans which will result in the expansion of student numbers at Magee College and the construction of a new business park in Coleraine. The ambitious £250m scheme “” which will provide a much-needed jobs boost to Northern Ireland’s construction industry “” includes the building of a landmark building adjacent to its existing Belfast campus in the city’s Cathedral Quarter area.

Belfast Telegraph

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