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Dominic Bryan
S. J. Connolly
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John Nagle

-standing environmental problems through the culverting of the heavily polluted and flood-prone River Blackstaff. The construction of Royal Avenue was the single most important work of urban redevelopment prior to the giant motorway schemes of the 1960s and after. As with the development forty years earlier of Victoria Street and Corporation Street, the scheme was presented as combining slum clearance and more efficient traffic management. Hercules Street, continuing the line of Donegall Place but thanks to projecting buildings connected to it only by a narrow

in Civic identity and public space