Derry and Strabane District Council officials are “actively engaging” with a number of other bodies with a view to developing new proposals for the Boom Hall site.
The council has confirmed that talks are taking place over a plan for the derelict stately home and surrounding area, which has been an important site locally dating back to medieval times.
Over recent years, work has also been undertaken to ensure the building’s walls are secured, amid concerns that the buildings on the site were in danger of collapse.
The area around the park has become much more utilised and acccessible since the city’s walking and cycle pathways were extended to incoropate the area in a project developed by Derry City Council and a number of partner organisations.
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