However the organisation, which represents many local business owners, has said that it will be seeking assurances from Lisburn and Castlereagh City Council that disruption will be kept to a minimum during the period of works.
The project, funded by the council and the Department for Communities, will see pavements, lighting and street furniture enhanced in a number of streets around the city centre.
Revealing that the Chamber has requested a briefing from the council to obtain more information about the project, President Jonathan Steen commented: “The original public realm scheme timescale over-ran and caused widespread problems for many of our members in the city centre.
“We will be seeking reassurance from the council that any disruption will be kept to a minimum.”
The Chamber hopes that a meeting will be held within the next few weeks to discuss the new plans in more detail.
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