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There are a number of consultations and surveys that may be of interest to you, as a business trading within the Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council Area.



Consultations by Council


Labour Market Partnership - Recruitment Needs Survey


The Causeway Coast and Glens Labour Market Partnership are undertaking research to assist in the development of the local labour market action plan for 2023-2024. 

Currently, the LMP are inviting responses from local employers to hear about their experiences regarding staff.




Town and Village Management - Town Opinions & Perceptions Survey (online and on streets)



Town and Village Management want to hear the opinions and perceptions of the public in regard to the following towns:

Ballycastle, Ballymoney, Coleraine, Limavady, Portrush and Portstewart.  On streets and online.  Closes 26 March online




Good Relations Audit in Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council Area


Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council is carrying out a Good Relations audit to determine the current provision, identify gaps and determine the needs within the borough.

The Junction, Peace and Reconciliation Initiative have been appointed to carry out the audit and develop a new Good Relations Strategy for Council.  Your input is of critical value and importance so we would be grateful for your views by completing the survey which will provide us with the feedback to help identify relevant issues and identify local needs in order to develop a new Good Relations Strategy for Council and develop an associated action plan to make the best use of our resources to meet local needs.  We would really appreciate you taking 5 mins to complete the survey and we would be extremely grateful if you could share the link with your contacts.  The survey will remain open until Friday 24th February 2023.




Consultations outside Council


Local Policing Plan Consultation

Local Policing Plan Video

This plan informs policing priorities in your local community. It is these local priorities that the Local Policing Plan consultation wants your help with to develop.

The annual Local Policing Plan is used to prioritise resources against those areas that matter to you and your local community.

The consultation runs until 28 February 2023.   


Draft Circular Economy Strategy consultation


Views sought on vision to create an innovative, inclusive and competitive economy, with responsible production and consumption at its core.

The public consultation will remain open until Monday 20 March 2023.




Designing a renewable electricity support scheme consultation


The Department for the Economy (DfE) has launched a consultation on Design Considerations for a Renewable Electricity Support Scheme for Northern Ireland.

This is a key step to achieving the 80 per cent renewable electricity consumption target by 2030 set out in the Climate Change Act (Northern Ireland) 2022.

The consultation will remain open until 11:59pm on Thursday 27 April 2023.




The Digital Pound:  A new form of money for households and businesses?

Digital Pound Consultation


The consultation paper sets out analysis by HM Treasury and the Bank of England on the potential case for a UK central bank digital currency – a “digital pound” and consult on the key features of a potential model.

Responses to the consultation are invited from all interested members of the public, experts, and the widest range of organisations. This consultation is a vital step in positioning the UK to act decisively by introducing a digital pound, should we choose to do so.  This consultation closes at 11:59pm on 7 June 2023

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Business Matters

If you wish to provide feedback on a business-related matter, please email business@causewaycoastandglens.gov.uk 


Citizen/Visitor Matters

If you wish to provide feedback on a citizen-related or visitor-related matter, please email info@causewaycoastandglens.gov.uk 

or phone 028 7034 7034