Spotcheck: Northern Ireland

Store war Rows over the proposed first Northern Irish John Lewis store will come to an end in the next few weeks when a planning decision is made following months of delay. Geddes Architects designed the contentious 20,440sq m two-level store in Lisburn, seven miles from Belfast. The £40 million ...

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