Infamous Court to be Turned into Hotel

Tomas Haupt - Sep 24, 2007
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Northern Ireland's most infamous courthouse could be reopened as a luxury hotel. Planning permission is being sought to transform the Crumlin Road courthouse in Belfast, which closed nine years ago, in a L25 million project which could create more than 200 jobs. Barry Gilligan, the developer heading the scheme, said: "It offers an excellent opportunity for luxury hotel operators to get into the burgeoning Northern Ireland business and tourism marketplace in an absolutely unique building."

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