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Ulster GAA has announced that following an unprecedented 32 week consultation period it submitted its planning application today, to Belfast City Council for an iconic new provincial stadium at Casement Park.
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A report on the Casement Park project by the Safety Technical Group (STG) for the Casement Park Re-development represents a significant and very positive milestone in the development of the scheme, according to Tom Daly, Chairman of the Casement Park Project Board.
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Ulster GAA today announced that the Pre-Application Community Consultation Phase 2 as part of the planning process has drawn to a close. After an unprecedented 31 weeks consultation and with nearly 5,000 individuals and organisations engaged to date, the process has been comprehensive and far reaching.
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November 30, 2016

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Ulster GAA has opened a Casement Park office at 135 Andersonstown Road. Ulster GAA President, Michael Hasson and Collie Donnelly, Chairman of Antrim County Board opened the office, which is opposite Andersonstown Leisure Centre, to support the ongoing consultation on the proposed new stadium design.
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Ulster GAA today unveiled its proposed designs for an exciting new provincial stadium at Casement Park to members of the public at West Belfast’s Conway Mill and outlined its process to seek the views of all interested parties.
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Ulster GAA has announced the launch of the second stage of its community consultation programme for the proposed redevelopment of a provincial stadium at Casement Park.

Stage two will involve further engagement with the local community and interested stakeholders commencing with a series of public events w/c 24th October to provide information on the emerging design, and the outcome of Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA).
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Stage two of the Casement Park Community Consultation has now commenced.

It involves further engagement with the local community, providing an introduction to the project, explaining the findings of the EIA and the scheme design.
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Casement Park’s proposed redevelopment has received overwhelmingly support according to findings from the first stage of the community consultation.

Since its launch in April almost 2,000 people have participated across a range of events and forums with 91% of respondents in favour of the project.

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The Ulster GAA Casement Park project delivery team has met with leaders from across the business and tourism sectors to discuss the socio economic and tourism opportunities that a re-developed Casement Park will provide.

The event, which was attended by organisations including Tourism NI, Visit Belfast, the Northern Ireland Chamber of Commerce and Failte Feirste Thiar, focused on areas in which the project would create medium and long term jobs, the revenue potential to the local economy and how the community would benefit through increased tourism.

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