Consultations provide you with an opportunity to have your say on plans, strategies and policies the Council are proposing. They help the Council find out what you think and to understand your priorities and concerns about your Council and the Borough in general. Documents and issues that are currently being consulted on are provided below - please click on the link to the relevant document.
Causeway Coast & Glens Borough Council is undertaking a Pre-Application Community Consultation in relation to the proposed development of new Leisure Facilities at Lands between 13-39 Quay Road, Ballycastle. The project is jointly funded through the UK Government’s ‘Levelling Up’ initiative and Causeway Coast & Glens Borough Council. The proposals for the Quay Road site have been developed in consideration of the new leisure facilities that will be provided at the Ballycastle Shared Education Campus, which include a 4 court sports hall, changing pavilion and 3 floodlit pitches (3G GAA Pitch, 3G Soccer Pitch and Astro turf Hockey Pitch). The facilities will be co-funded by Causeway Coast & Glens Borough Council for out of school hours community use.
Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council has opened a public consultation to gather views on a proposed 8.2km Greenway between Portrush and Bushmills. The Greenway has the potential to provide an iconic key off-road link between the settlements of Portrush, Portballintrae and Bushmills for use by both residents and holiday makers alike.
The consultation will be open until 23rd August 2023 and Council is keen for you to help shape the Portrush to Bushmills Greenway Project.
Click Here for more details of the proposed route and to take part in the consultation.
Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council is undertaking a Community Consultation regarding a proposed design concept for a public realm scheme for the High Street in Ballymoney. The duration of the Consultation period is Monday 10th October 2022 – Sunday 1st January 2023.
Council has put in place a range of methods to gather the views of interested parties, including local drop-in sessions, Zoom/Microsoft Teams meetings with specific interest groups and opportunities to provide feedback on-line, by email or in person.
Weekly drop-in events will take place in Ballymoney Town Hall Visitor Information Centre for those who wish to review the scheme design, clarify detail and provide feedback to Council Officers in person. These will be held between 10.30 am and 12.30pm on Wednesdays commencing Wednesday 12th October 2022 and will continue weekly until 14th December 2022.
We look forward to welcoming you at one of the drop-in events soon. The public consultation document is provided as a pdf, if you require it in an alternative format please let us know.
Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council will host a series of initial Public Consultation Workshops.
The workshops will be interactive and will seek your views on the direction of the new PEACEPLUS Local Action Plan. The Co-Design process seeks to listen and involve all voices and views at a local District Electoral Area level. Please advise us if you are unsure about which DEA you reside.
Please register your attendance by emailing us at PEACEPLUS@causewaycoastandglens.gov.uk or by phoning 028 7034 7039. Please advise us if you have accessibility requirements.
We look forward to welcoming you at one of the workshops soon.
Have Your Say?
Council is currently considering concept designs for a new, modern and fit for purpose leisure centre on the existing site at Railway Road
In order to identify funding of over £22m for this exciting new facility a business case is being developed
This is the first step to prior to developing a detailed design and planning application over the next year
Public consultation will continue to be integral to this process with further updates to follow
The options under consideration include:
large gym and studio space with the latest training equipment
25m swimming pool, learner pool and leisure water for wet play
soft leisure play area, modern changing facilities and café for relaxing
The site is also suitable for future extension of hall space to the rear of the development should the need arise
Further Information on Closed Consultations:
Final EQIA on the proposed policy on the flying of the Union flag (Web page)