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Boarding erected around Derelict Portstewart Hotel after pleas from Coleraine family.

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The derelict premises of the former Montague Arms Hotel in Portstewart has been boarded up following a plea by the sister of Christopher Connor who sadly died on the site five years ago.

Laura Connor’s plea for the premises to be boarded was published in the Belfast Telegraph earlier this week after she raised concerns that boarding had been removed.

Replacement boarding has since been erected around the derelict property

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