Tag - Destination CQ

CQ BID & DFI Working To Resolve Vehicular Traffic Issue In Cathedral Quarter

In May 2020 Minister for Infrastructure Nichola Mallon announced a pilot scheme which restricted traffic in the historic cobbled streets of the Cathedral Quarter. The temporary road closure of Hill Street and Gordon Street was extended until October 31 with local businesses still permitted access as required. Businesses in the area have been divided on the...

Cathedral Quarter Bid Gets Backing For A Further Five Years

Members vote overwhelmingly for business improvement district to continue Cathedral Quarter Business Improvement District, Destination CQ, has received an impressive vote of confidence with members voting for it to continue operating for a further five years and implementing its new business plan. All business improvement districts across the UK are required to poll their members every...

Cathedral Quarter BID Celebrates Success Of Street Beat Police Presence In Area

An initiative that saw additional dedicated police officers patrolling Belfast’s Cathedral Quarter has been welcomed as a proven success story by Destination CQ’s manager Damien Corr. The Ballot for the continuation of the Cathedral Quarter Business Improvement District (BID) is currently open until September 22. In an independent survey carried out in advance of the...

Cathedral Quarter Business Plan Building On Five Years Of Success

The Cathedral Quarter Business Improvement District (BID), Destination CQ, has formally launched its Business Plan for the next five years as it enters balloting on re-establishing the improvement district for a further five years. Damien Corr, Destination CQ manager, said the plan had been produced after extensive research amongst the BID’s levy payers and receiving...

Have A Look Inside Belfast’s Newest Student Accommodation In The Cathedral Quarter

Are you a student looking for accommodation in the heart of Belfast’s Cathedral Quarter?  As demand for studying in Belfast continues to grow, more students are flocking into the city and moving closer towards the centre. With the opening of the new Ulster University campus this autumn and up to an additional 15,000 people in the...