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Cllr Wilson Welcomes Progress On £1 Million Upgrade For Ballymoney Town Centre

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Ballymoney Town Clock and Masonic Hall
Ballymoney Town Clock and Masonic Hall

Cllr Wilson welcomes progress on £1 million upgrade for Ballymoney Town Centre.

Ulster Unionist Cllr Darryl Wilson said “For a number of years I have been lobbying for a public realm scheme to take place in Ballymoney Town Centre.

In recent years the footpaths and Town centre infrastructure has become tired looking and significant deterioration has seen our footpaths become dangerous, causing numerous trips and falls in recent times. I am pleased that Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council has now advertised for a contractor to carry the significant environmental improvement of Ballymoney town centre.

I understand that there will be a level of disruption to traders and shoppers alike while works are carried out, however I have no doubt that the people of Ballymoney and the shopkeepers will adapt and persevere while the contractors are in place, knowing that the end result will deliver a vastly improved environment in our town centre.

It is my understanding that the scheme is due to be completed by April 2020. I look forward to seeing the end result”

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