Louisa Blackburn speaks to BBC Newsline about the problems of living in a demolition zone
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Village life in south Belfast's demolition zone

What is it like to live inside Northern Ireland's biggest urban regeneration scheme?

It has been two years since redevelopment work began in a residential part of south Belfast known as The Village, where hundreds of homes are being knocked down and replaced with new builds.

But as BBC Newsline's Chris Page reports, vandals and metal thieves are causing problems for those still living inside the demolition zone.