As per the planned strategy, the visionary drivers consist of six projects. The primary motive of the projects is similar. One of the projects involves the creation of the ship linkage into the areas of East Belfast. Another project aims at development of Crumlin Road Gaol (Murphy, 2013). The strategy to develop this project is to promote the development of the less traditional areas. The strategy is to develop those areas of the city which are not given more importance. Another place involves the Belfast Hills which consists of Gateways between the west and north city (Gabbie & O’Neill, 1996). The strategy to develop this place is useful as it helps in the promotions of the Belfast Hills which adds a varying experience to the visitors and adds a potential scope for the tours in the coming future. Development around the river can act as a major role for the connection between the places of activity which can attract further utility and provides a good medium for the visitors (McDowell, 2008). Also, it would serve as a centre to promote the craft made by the people in Belfast. The development of the tourism services and the associated projects has been planned in such a way that each and every thing reflects and reveals the story of Belfast. The visitors should not only enjoy the city but also feels attached to its essence, its story and its uniqueness.