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Flint dating back to nearly 7000 bce have been found in the vicinity; they provide the earliest evidence of human occupation in . The main town, on the east bank, radiates from a central square, The Diamond. Modern Coleraine (from the Irish, meaning “ferry corner”) owes its foundation to the companies of the who undertook the colonization of County Londonderry in the 17th century under the scheme for the Plantation of Ulster.
A road and rail junction, Coleraine is also the seat of the New University of Ulster (founded 1965). Its harbour accommodates small vessels. The former district of Coleraine was bordered by the former districts of to the west, to the south, and and to the east and by the to the north. Western Coleraine is composed of wooded hilly terrain that slopes eastward to the River Bann valley. Eastern Coleraine is rich agricultural country, producing barley, poultry, and livestock (pigs and sheep).
The whiskey and linen industries contribute to the economy as well. and Portstewart, located on the Atlantic coast northeast of the mouth of the Bann, are popular resort towns with a line of reefs known as The Skerries directly offshore. Area former district, 189 square miles (490 square km). Pop. (2001) town, 24,042; (2011) town, 24,630.
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Image caption George Osborne confirmed NI's first enterprise zone as part of Wednesday's budget announcement Chancellor George Osborne has announced the creation of Northern Ireland's first enterprise zone in Coleraine, County Londonderry.
The zone will be built at a site close to the University of Ulster. IT company 5Nines have previously announced a £20m data centre for the site. Enterprise zones already exist elsewhere in the UK and offer hi-tech businesses tax incentives and simplified planning procedures. Commitment "I look forward to finding out further details about the enterprise zone and I am confident it will also enhance the plans which we have for Project Kelvin at the University of Ulster." Northern Ireland Secretary of State Theresa Villiers said: "The announcement of a new pilot enterprise zone at Coleraine is particularly welcome.
"This meets another commitment made in the economic pact and with increased capital allowances available until 2020 this will help make longer term investment easier." By John Campbell BBC News NI economics & business editor There have been years of to-ing and fro-ing between Stormont and the Treasury concerning enterprise zones - now Northern Ireland finally has one. It is focused on a data centre that is basically a secure warehouse filled with racks of computer servers.
Data centres in themselves do not employ many people. Famously, one analyst referred to them as "a one man and a dog set-up - the dog is there for security and the man is there to feed the dog". But what it should do is encourage other firms, particularly those focused on cloud computing, to set up nearby. The key attraction is 100% capital allowance for plant and equipment - that means you can write off 100% of the cost of equipment against that year's taxable profits. The test of the zone is whether it attracts new companies and jobs or whether it just leads to displacement of existing jobs.
Northern Ireland Finance Minister Simon Hamilton said: "Through a pilot enterprise zone, we can help to achieve the Northern Ireland Executive's number one priority to grow the economy." Extended Enterprise Minister Arlene Foster added: "Such investments can be crucial in the development of the ICT sector as a whole and will, without doubt, enhance the proposition Northern Ireland can offer to inward investors who are increasingly globally connected." Glyn Roberts, chief executive of NIIRTA (Northern Ireland Independent Retail Trade Association), welcomed the announcement, but called for the zone to be extended.
"We would like to see this proposed pilot enterprise zone to include the north-west as whole, including Derry/Londonderry and Strabane, to build upon the legacy of the City of Culture." There are currently 24 enterprise zones in England and seven in Wales. The enterprise zone will be built where the Project Kelvin transatlantic fibre, which connects the US and UK, comes ashore. In October 2013, 5Nines announced plans for a £20m data centre on the site that will create 15 jobs.
The Northern Ireland Executive had previously identified the need for such a centre as playing a crucial role in capitalising on Northern Ireland's strengths in IT.
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