Planning approval has been granted for a major £500m pound development in Belfast's Cathedral Quarter.
The development, Tribeca, is to bring around 16-hundred additional jobs and contribute more than £200m pounds a year to the local economy.
Belfast City Council has received more than 400 letters objecting to the plans, with only 5 letters in support of the development.
The urban regeneration scheme will be on a 12-acre site located beside St Anne’s Cathedral bounded by Royal Avenue, Donegall Street, Lower Garfield Street and Rosemary Street.
Planning permission has already been granted for the first phase, with the outline covering the remaining two thirds of the site.