THE average house price in South Belfast has risen by almost £15,000 in the last few months, it has been revealed.
Theft from vehicles is rising faster in South Belfast than anywhere else in the city, the PSNI has revealed.
A BELFAST architecture graduate has unveiled his plans for a crematorium complex that could be built beside Milltown Cemetery.Eddie McCartney, a mature student from Andersonstown, drew up the plans as part of his Architecture Masters thesis project with the University of Ulster.
A North Belfast estate agent has said that traders in the housing market are becoming realistic about the value of their homes in the area. The comments come after the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) released its latest housing Market Survey on Tuesday 12 June that recording its lowest reading on house prices since November 2010.