Antrim Borough Council has shown its commitment to the future growth and development of its towns and villages by producing a Masterplan for Randalstown.
This non-statutory exercise aims to set out an appropriate framework for an integrated approach to ensure the future sustainable development of Randalstown.
The overarching aim of the Masterplan is to bring forward realistic proposals that will help achieve a vision for the physical, structural and economic regeneration of Randalstown in the context of local strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats.
Following a number of successful visioning workshops, a range of interesting ideas were put forward by local residents, students from St Benedicts and representatives from business and community organisations, to show what kind of place Randalstown could be in 2017.
Karen Brown, Antrim Borough Council's Development Manager explains, 'Antrim Borough Council wants local people to help shape the future of Randalstown by agreeing a shared vision of how it should look by 2017. By identifying a framework of achievable and realistic projects such as environmental improvements, new uses for prominent buildings, riverside development, priority housing sites, key community infrastructure including youth facilities, improving parking, promoting facilities for visitors and boosting the evening economy, the Council hopes that new investment will be accelerated from both the public and private sectors'.
For further information on the progress of Randalstown Masterplan, contact Karen Brown directly on 9446 3113 ext 1344, or alternatively email email@example.com
Links to Related Documents
Randalstown Masterplan Executive Summary
Randalstown Masterplan 2007 Full Report
Randalstown Masterplan Progress Report (Sept 2012)