Status: closed Closing Date: Thursday 11 July 2019
The landscape of the Mid and East Antrim area presents rich opportunities to explore and engage with the outdoors. However, at present, the natural assets of the Borough for the purposes of outdoor recreation are largely underutilised, including the coastline, hills, mountains (such as Slemish Mountain), lakes, rivers, reservoirs and forests.
Status: closed Closing Date: Tuesday 19 March 2019
We are in the process of developing our new Corporate Plan for the period 2019-2023. The Plan will shape the direction of our work and the services we provide from April 2019 to March 2023. It sets out our vision, highlights our strategic priorities, and shows you what we want to achieve during this period. It is our belief that this Corporate Plan should be ambitious and we want to set challenging targets that provide the best value public services for our citizens.
Status: closed Closing Date:
It is the council's vision to restore Town Parks to its former Edwardian glory whilst continuing to provide a popular community space with walkways, trees, floral displays and seating areas.
The enhancement of Town Parks will improve the quality of life for those living in the area and enhance the attractions of the area for future development.
A Draft Redevelopment Plan has been developed following two recent consulation events held in the Larne area.
Status: closed Closing Date: Friday 18 January 2019
An opportunity has been presented itself to Mid and East Antrim Council to work in partnership with both St Patrick’s and St Brigid’s schools to put in place a floodlit, all-weather (3G) sports pitch on the current St Patricks High School pitch site. Planning Permission for this facility was obtained in September 2017.
Status: closed Closing Date: Friday 30 November 2018
Mid and East Antrim Borough Council have instructed Outdoor Recreation NI to develop an Outdoor Recreation Strategy for the Mid and East Antrim Borough are seeking public consultation with outdoor enthusiasts, local businesses and activity providers, local clubs and organisations with a passion and interest Outdoor Recreation, accommodation providers, to help shape a strategy which benefits everyone in the Mid and East Antrim Borough. Your input is an essential part of this process as we look to gather views on the current provision for Outdoor Recreation, and identify opportunities for future development.
Status: closed Closing Date: Thursday 8 November 2018
Mid and East Antrim Borough Council have instructed AECOM to prepare a significant Development Framework for Glenarm and is seeking public consultation to help direct future development and investment within the village. The framework will focus on specific Council-owned land. Your input is an essential part of this process, so drop in to view the proposals, meet the team and have your say.
Status: closed Closing Date: Wednesday 17 October 2018
Mid and East Antrim Borough Council wants to hear your thoughts on play development in the Borough.
Mid and East Antrim Borough Council currently provides 69 play parks, many of which have limited play value and don't fully engage children and young people. Via the Play Development Strategy, Council is seeking to improve the quality of the play provision in the Borough, which could result in fewer but better quality play parks.
Status: closed Closing Date: Friday 24 August 2018
The Street Trading Act (Northern Ireland) 2001 provides the legislative framework for the Regulation of Street Trading Activities through the provisions of a licensing scheme administered by each District Council. The objective of this policy will be to enable Council to control and regulate street trading in the Borough in such a way as to prevent undue nuisance, interference and inconvenience to persons and vehicles.
Status: closed Closing Date: Wednesday 8 August 2018
Mid and East Antrim Car Parking Study
Council currently operates 61 car parks across the Borough. The Council seeks to standardise tariffs across the Borough to a fixed amount per hour.
Status: closed Closing Date: Friday 6 July 2018
The purpose of this policy is to provide an appropriate pricing framework for the community facilities and civic spaces that will ensure services are accessible and affordable to all our citizens.