Council Launches Community Planning Consultations

Lisburn & Castlereagh City Council has organised a series of community engagement sessions to take place across the area to give local communities the opportunity to shape a Community Plan for public services in the new Council area.

The first event will be held on 27 July in Dromara Hall from 7-9pm. The second event will take place on 29 July in Hillsborough Village Community Centre from 7-9pm.
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The planned community engagement sessions will cover areas such as the local economy, waste management, jobs, health, education, recreation/sports facilities, the natural environment, housing, planning and community safety.


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