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New Lease of Life for vacant Millburn shops

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A new lease of life has been granted to the old shops in Coleraine’s Millburn Estate after it was confirmed that the Housing Executive have offered the vacant buildings to the estate’s Community Association.

Billy Ellis, who is the head of Millburn Community Association informed residents of the development via a post on Facebook this afternoon which said: “After many years of lobbying the Housing Executive we would like to inform our residents that Millburn Community Association have just been offered to take over the vacant shops next door to our Community Office for the development of a Community Training Centre and a Coffee Shop.”

“There will be lots of opportunities for everyone to get involved in skills based activities with the plans we have to regenerate the area and our services we can provide our community”

This development is sure to please the local residents who have become accustomed to losing services over the years, with the estate having lost its shop and Post Office in recent years


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