Glyn Roberts, chief executive of the Northern Ireland Independent Retail Trade Association, said traders feel Newcastle is "being left behind in tourism board activity".
What does NIIRTA stand for?
NIIRTA stands for Northern Ireland Independent Retail Trade Association (UK)
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The Northern Ireland Independent Retail Trade Association (NIIRTA), which represents nearly one thousand small and medium-sized shopkeepers is urging assembly members to follow their counterparts in Dublin and introduce a cap on developments over 30,000 sq ft.
Heading the delegation was Glyn Roberts, chief executive of the Northern Ireland Independent Retail Trade Association, one of the members of a group which represents every sector of the local economy.
The Northern Ireland Independent Retail Trade Association chief executive Glyn Roberts said: "This is very bad news for both Belfast City Airport and the local economy as a whole.