Inns, bars and cafes could reopen on 3 July in Northern Eire if the Stormont Executive agrees to the prepare.
BBC News NI has been instructed ministers will take into account a timetable of opening at their government meeting on Monday.
The proposal aimed at restarting Northern Ireland’s hospitality sector is contained in a prepare place alongside one another by Economy Minister Diane Dodds.
The prepare would also mean self-contained caravans and vacation lets could be applied from 26 June.
Lodges had been scheduled to open on 20 July but several in the marketplace have been urgent for an previously day.
From 3 July all hotels, cafes, dining establishments and bars that serve foodstuff should be permitted to open up.
The transfer will come right after business reps lobbied government ministers to safe a reopening date.
It is believed that the hospitality field employs 65,000 employment and is really worth £2bn on a yearly basis.
Deputy Initially Minster Michelle O’Neill confirmed to BBC Northern Ireland’s Sunday Politics programme there would be “sizeable announcements” in the days in advance.
She reported a paper published by Mrs Dodds would be offered to the government about reopening lodges, bars and cafes and she hoped the marketplace would be “information”.
Ms O’Neill stated when the government satisfies on Monday and Thursday, they would be “major days”.
“We want to continue to keep offering folks that wee little bit far more to try to get again to some semblance of normality,” she mentioned.
Mrs O’Neill explained she did not truly feel “any stress in any way” from the Republic of Ireland’s reopening.
The news that a shift on reopening was imminent was greeted with delight from the industry.
Janice Gault, chief government of the Northern Eire Motels Federation, stated personnel in the field were being performing tricky to make certain their premises were risk-free and secure for shoppers.
Colin Neill, chief govt of Hospitality Ulster, said it was essential hoteliers and cafe entrepreneurs have been not set at a downside as related venues ended up opening in the Republic of Ireland on 29 June.
He urged the govt to scrap the 2m (6ft) social distancing rule and cut down it to 1m.
He argued the 2m rule meant it was not economically viable for some corporations to reopen.
With a 2m rule some enterprises would only achieve 30% of their regular turnover while at 1m it would increase to 70%, he included.
The two Arlene Foster and Michelle O’Neill, the 1st and deputy initially minsters, say when it arrives to lowering the social-distancing place they will be “guided by the science”.
Stormont ministers are also on the lookout at the likelihood of offering cafe and bar owners the likelihood to use pavements and other outside the house spaces to serve consumers.
It is also predicted some venues could have their entertainment limited to prevent massive crowds accumulating on their premises.