Category: Bangor East

Weed-buster Campaign to launch May 8

Weed-buster Campaign to launch May 8

| April 21, 2015 | Reply

I called TransportNI today (April 21) to investigate the possibility of replacing dangerously broken footpaths in Plantation Road only to be told that there was ‘no budget for that’. The next question was to ask about removal of weeds that are gradually taking over the footpaths and are probably contributing to their breakup. Guess what – […]

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Unionists and Green Party show lack of economic ambition

Unionists and Green Party show lack of economic ambition

| April 1, 2015 | Reply

Readers will be disappointed to learn that Unionists and the Green Party have showed their lack of ambition for the economic development of the Borough last evening by voting against my Motion to encourage the new Ards and North Down Council to embrace and prepare for the imminent arrival of Corporation Tax in 2017. The Northern Ireland […]

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Young people to be at heart of policy making in North Down & Ards

Young people to be at heart of policy making in North Down & Ards

| January 23, 2015 | Reply

Last night I succeeded in bringing the voice of young people in the District into the Council chamber when my Motion to engage young people in the development of policy on issues of relevance to young people was passed unanimously. As a Council we have set ourselves the mission of making North Down & Ards a […]

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Ballychrochan and Deanfield to enjoy high-speed broadband – finally

Ballychrochan and Deanfield to enjoy high-speed broadband – finally

| January 19, 2015 | Reply

Along with residents of the Ballychrochan Road area, Alliance Councillor Gavin Walker is celebrating BT’s commitment to upgrade the broadband connection they missed over two years ago. “BT upgraded the broadband service to Bangor over two years ago but for some reason or other managed to miss one cabinet on the Ballychrochan Road (Cabinet 75) […]

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