Ahoghill New Public Park


Mid and East Antrim Borough Council own a 3.16ha site adjacent to the community centre at Cardonaghy Road in the village of Ahoghill. In line with it's commitment to build stronger, safe and healthy communities Council has agreed to create a park on this land.

It is the Council's vision to transform this closed site and create a public park that will provide a popular community space with an array of walkways, wildlife, wildflowers, trees and a wetlands areas. Whilst Ahoghill has achieved tremendous success in Ulster in Bloom and Britain in Bloom, the area is limited in nature walkways.  The creation of this public woodland area would further enhance the offering within this village, improve quality of life for those living in the area and enhance the attractions of the area for future development.

Mid and East Antrim Borough Council is committed to the continual improvement of our Borough’s infrastructure, to creating opportunities for health and well-being, and to increasing social, environmental and economic benefits for our residents in the Borough.

As part of the community planning process the Council is keen to ensure that our ideas for the site are representative of the needs of the residents in this area. Please take a few moments to get involved in the consultation process and answer the eleven short questions of our Online Consultation Survey.

Should you require any further information or hard copies of this survey please contact:
T: 028 9335 8279

Online Consultation Survey



T: 028 9335 8279

Key Dates

closed for consultation

From Wednesday 14 December 2016 to Friday 13 January 2017