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Charlotte Street Police Station to be transformed into Social Housing

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BT Coleraine

Plans to transform the old Police Station in Charlotte Street, Ballymoney have been revealed by Clanmill Housing Association.

The Bangor based housing group revealed in a letter to Deputy Mayor Cllr Darryl Wilson in which they stated their intention to refurbish the building to provide 8 new homes for people aged over 55. These will consist of 6 X 3 person / 2 bedroom apartments and 2 X 2 person / 1 bedroom apartments.

Construction is due to begin in Spring 2016.

Local residents are invited to attend a community consultation event in the old Courthouse on Charlotte Street, on 30th September between 4.30pm and 6pm.

This is an informal drop-in information session for all those interested in the proposals

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