Consultations

Larne Town Park Consultation

Overview

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.

Contact

Should you require any further information or hard copies of this survey please contact: E: parks@midandeastantrim.gov.uk T: 028 9335 8279


Key Dates

closed for consultation

From Tuesday 30 October 2018


Additional Information

Council has recently appointed landscape architects Park Hood, the consultants behind such projects as Pickie Fun Park in Bangor, to develop a concept plan for Town Parks, Larne.

Having completed an initial consultation process in 2017 to help gain a sense of how people would like to see Larne Town Parks improved for the future, the council is now seeking to develop a concept plan for the area in order to help bid for external funding.

For the purpose of the exercise ‘Town Parks’ refers to Town Park, Chaine Park, the Promenade and Chaine Memorial Tower.

Mid and East Antrim Borough Council is committed to the continual improvement of the borough’s infrastructure, to creating opportunities for health and wellbeing, and to increasing social, environmental and economic benefits for 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.