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20th March 2017

Creative learning Workshop

The Waste No Time Team is offering a free 'creative learning' workshop on Monday 3rd April from 7.00 - 9.00 pm in Causeway Rural Urban Network, 1 Brook St, Coleraine.

This workshop is for all those working in community with an interest in working creatively with citizens and local government.

Please register with Karin Eyben if interested in participating as we have limited places. Mob: 07966 202184; Email :


Causeway Coast and Glens Draft Community Plan

‘A Better Future Together’

Consultation Opportunity

6th February 2017

To all

For the past nine months we have been engaging and consulting with you about some of the issues in Causeway Coast and Glens that you feel a Community Plan should address. Thank you for your help with this.

We have taken all your feedback, plus statistical evidence and expert opinion and used it to develop a draft Community Plan for the Causeway Coast and Glens area.

The draft Causeway Coast and Glens Community Plan – ‘A Better Future Together’ can be accessed by selecting

The draft Plan sets out our aspirations for the year 2030. It is an ambitious plan and takes a holistic approach to what we want to try and achieve. The plan is centred on three population outcomes, eleven high-level outcomes supported by a range of intermediate outcomes alongside the indicators that will show us if we are making progress. It focuses on the results or outcomes we want to achieve for the Causeway Coast and Glens area. The next stage in the Community Planning process will involve the development of a ‘Delivery Plan’ that will focus on what needs to be done, by whom and how.

Before we finalise and publish the Community Plan we want to undertake another short consultation exercise. This consultation exercise seeks to gather some feedback on whether the document explains what each outcome means.  Is it clear what issues and problems the Community Plan will actually try to address? Have we selected the correct indicators to monitor the impact of the Community Plan?

If you would like to find out more about Community Planning in Causeway Coast and Glens please visit

Responses to this consultation can be made in writing to:

Community Planning Team

Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council

Riada House

14 Charles Street


BT 53 6DZ

By emailing:

By completing an Online Survey follow link 

About This Survey

While this survey is based on a number of specific questions there is a section at the end for you to feedback on any aspect of the Community Plan that you feel the structure of the survey does not allow for. Please read and complete the Survey in conjunction with the Causeway Coast and Glens Draft Community Plan.

The Community Planning Team seeks to gather feedback on whether the outcomes and their selection are clear, it is obvious what issues each outcome is trying to resolve and whether people think the indicators selected are the correct ones.

Or by collecting hard copies from the following Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council Office locations:

Cloonavin, 66 Portstewart Road, Coleraine, BT52 1EY
Sheskburn House, 7 Mary Street, Ballycastle, BT54 6QH
Riada House, 14 Charles Street, Ballymoney, BT53 6DZ
7 Connell Street, Limavady, BT49 0HA

In addition we will host a public consultation event – details to follow.


Please note that the consultation closes on 2nd April 2017


13th January 2017



Engaging with Our Young People

Weds 7th December, 2016

The Deputy Mayor of Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council, Councillor James McCorkell met with members of Youth Councils from Coleraine, Ballymoney, Moyle and Limavady recently. The event was part of ongoing community engagement which feeds into the Causeway Coast and Glens Community Plan. The views of young people are seen as crucial to this process. Councillor McCorkell, along with the Mayor, Alderman Maura Hickey, are Council’s nominated Youth Champions.

Community Planning Poster Competition- Winners Announced

Thu, November 10, 2016

A pupil from St. Patrick’s Primary School in Glenariff has been selected as the winner in a recent art competition organized by Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council’s Community Planning team.

Eleanor Fyfe’s winning design earned her a £30 voucher while her school received a £300 cheque.

Runner-up prizes were awarded to Robyn Baird from Rasharkin Primary School in 2nd place and Amelie Holden, Hezlett Primary School, Castlerock in 3rd place.

Keen to provide an opportunity for all citizens to ‘Have a Say’ in planning for the future, the Community Planning team has been actively engaging with a wide range of communities, groups and individuals over recent months.

The aim of the competition was to encourage Primary School children to think about their area and where they live.

It linked into work already carried out in the Primary sector around Personal Development and Mutual Understanding, particularly Learning to Live as Members of the Community.

Councillor George Duddy, Community Planning and Strategic Partnership Chair at Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council, welcomed prizewinners, their parents and teachers to the Mayor’s Parlour in  Cloonavin, this week.

He said: “I loved the designs on display. These projects encourage children to think positively about where they live and promote their understanding of how they can contribute to the world around them. I was very pleased to present the children with their prizes and I really look forward to seeing their designs put to use.”

Community Planning is one of the new responsibilities of Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council and its statutory partners which include the Education Authority and the Council for Catholic Maintained Schools (CCMS).

The process aims to develop a long term vision and plan for the Causeway Coast and Glens area and all its citizens based on a thorough analysis of its needs.

Councillor George Duddy pictured with Robyn Baird - Rasharkin Primary School, Eleanor Fyfe - St Patrick's Primary School, Glenariff and Amelie Holden - Hezlett Primary School, Castlerock


Waste No Time Project

We have a winner.

Congratulations to Portrush resident, Sharman Finlay who submitted a response to the Causeway Coast and Glens Community Planning Questionnaire and was chosen as the prize draw winner for taking the time to make a contribution to the Community Planning process, Sharman and her guest will enjoy central frontline views of the Air Waves Portrush airshow and lunch in the Silver Wings Chalet.  

Pictured: Maura Hickey, Mayor of Causeway Coast and Glens, Sharman Finlay and Mark Killen.