What is it? Who are they?
The composition of our PEACEPLUS Partnership
Our Partnership is comprised of 11 Elected Members who are appointed under D’Hondt, 11 Social Partners,and a range of Statutory Representatives from the Northern Ireland Housing Executive, Public Health Agency, Northern Health and Social Care Trust, Western Health and Social Care Trust, Police Service of Northern Ireland.
11 Elected Members
|Cllr Philip Anderson||DUP|
|Ald. Joan Baird||UUP|
|Ald. Mark Fielding||DUP|
|Ald. Thomas McKeown||UUP|
|Ald. Michelle Knight-McQuillan||DUP|
|Cllr Margaret - Anne McKillop||SDLP|
|Cllr Leanne Peacock||SF|
|Cllr Oliver McMullan||SF|
|Cllr Dermot Nicholl||SF|
|Cllr Ashleen Schenning||SDLP|
|Cllr Ivor Wallace||DUP|
Social Partners - 11 Representatives
|Mr Niall McGurk||CC&GBC|
|Ms Elizabeth Beattie||CC&GBC|
|Wendy Nixon/Louise Cummings||PSNI|
|Ms Deirdre Bradley||EA|
|Amanda Johnston/Colin Jess||Social Enterprise NI|
The Partnership is the “engine” or “driver” for the design, implementation, and delivery of the PEACEPLUS Local Action Plan for Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council.
The “Partnership” will be an integral part of the co-design process driving and promoting the initial Consultation across the DEAs, will help decide the approach taken to consultation.
The Partnership will be the accountable body for the submission of the final Action Plan to the SEUPB and will oversee the implementation of the Programme.