Recently Added Consultations
Status: open Closing Date:
We are asking you to tell us what you think about waste and recycling. This is one of our key functions – and something that you contact us about the most.
We encourage you to fill in this survey and help us shape our services.
Status: open Closing Date: Monday 30 April 2018
Mid and East Antrim Borough Council has a statutory duty to put in place a framework to support continuous improvement in the delivery of council services, which are important to you. We are proposing objectives to deliver improvements within the Borough.
Status: open Closing Date: Friday 30 March 2018
Mid and East Antrim Borough Council is calling on the people of Harryville and Ballymena to be part of a 12-week consultation period following the completion of draft concept plans for a new community growing space in the heart of Harryville.
In line with its commitment to build stronger, safe and healthy communities, it is Council's intention to invest in developing a community garden in the Harryville area.
Status: open Closing Date: Friday 30 March 2018
Mid and East Antrim Borough Council is calling on the people of Browns Bay and Islandmagee, as well as those who enjoy spending their leisure time in the area, to make their voices heard.
In line with its commitment to build stronger, safe and healthy communities, it is Council's intention to invest in redeveloping and improving the caravan park and surrounding area at Browns Bay.
Status: open Closing Date: Friday 6 April 2018
Council wants to hear the views of both local citizens and visitors to Carnfunnock Country Park as part of revitalisation plans.
The survey is part of an eight week consultation taking place to help feed into a draft masterplan for the park to invest, redevelop and improve services.
Status: closed Closing Date: Friday 9 February 2018
Mid and East Antrim Borough Council is now undertaking a consultation on our draft Equality Action Plan and Disability Action Plan.
Section 75 of the Northern Ireland Act 1998 (the Act) requires public authorities, in carrying out their functions relating to Northern Ireland, to have due regard to the need to promote equality of opportunity and regard to the desirability of promoting good relations across a range of categories outlined in the Act.
Status: closed Closing Date: Friday 10 November 2017
Mid and East Antrim Borough Council are looking to the public to come forward to help complete their Missing Names Project.
In 2013 it was realised that some local soldiers, who died in The Great War, are not honoured on the War Memorial. After extensive research professional researchers, History Hub Ulster, have uncovered 172 additional names.
Verified names will be added to the Memorial by November 2018.
Status: closed Closing Date: Friday 25 August 2017
The purpose of this report is to produce a series of masterplans that illustrate both the existing and the future potential cycling network within the Borough of Mid and East Antrim. Individual plans have been prepared for the major settlements of Ballymena, Larne and Carrickfergus. In addition, Borough wide plans illustrate the existing and potential wider area network, including strategic greenways and links into neighbouring local authority areas.
Status: closed Closing Date: Wednesday 6 September 2017
What is the Preferred Options Paper and how does it fit into the Local Development Plan process?
The purpose of the Preferred Options Paper (POP) is to set out the strategic approach to some of the key issues for development in our Borough and our preferred options for dealing with these issues. The POP is a consultation paper that aims to stimulate public debate on these strategic planning issues so as to help inform the first stage of the Local Development Plan (LDP) - the Plan Strategy.
Status: closed Closing Date: Friday 17 February 2017
We currently own and/or manage 28 cemeteries and Council inherited three different Cemetery Management Rules and Regulations from each of the three legacy Councils.
We are consolidating these and developing a single Cemetery Management Rules and Regulations booklet to ensure consistency of service across the Borough going forward.
We would appreciate your comments on the consultation on or before 17 February 2017.
Everyone with an interest is urged to view the proposed draft document and respond with comments.
- The purpose of this draft Management Rules and Regulations booklet is to provide members of the public and other stakeholders with guidance on arranging a burial within Council cemeteries throughout the Borough;
- This draft booklet also provides information on the restrictions and conditions that apply when purchasing exclusive rights of burial and clarifies the rights and responsibilities in relation to our cemeteries;
- In addition, this draft booklet also outlines how we carry out our obligations under the law and makes sure we provide a consistent high level of service.