AN upgrade of part of South Belfast’s aging sewage system has been pushed forward thanks to millions
This is the devastating scene at a cul-de-sac in Orchardville Crescent, off Finaghy Road North, on Wednesday evening. The flash floods caused
THE erection of flags by loyalists at Finaghy has been slammed by both politicians and traders, who said the former flashpoint should remain a “neutral” area. Traders and residents awoke last week to find loyalist flags erected at the crossroads and along Finaghy Road South leading to the Malone Road.
HOUSEHOLDERS in Finaghy who have been bedevilled by flooding for over a decade are calling on the Rivers Agency to designate and re-route a minor watercourse which is causing the problem. The undesignated watercourse running behind homes at Ormonde Court, Ormonde Park and Lille Park, close to the Finaghy crossroads, is partially blocked. As a result, the watercourse backs up after heavy rainfall, flooding gardens and houses in the area.