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Covid-19 case forces pause in Ulster University campus scheme

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Work on already delayed and over-budget project stops following positive Covid-19 test

Construction of Ulster University’s already delayed £360 million campus project has been paused after a worker tested positive for Covid-19.

Work was stopped on the Belfast expansion scheme—which will see a campus built to replace most of the university’s Jordanstown site—on 15 October. The project had already suffered delays, with the original planned opening date slipping from 2018 to 2021.

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