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Welcome to Armagh City Banbridge & Craigavon Borough Council's Consultation and Engagement Hub. This site will help you find and participate in consultations, surveys and engagement activities that interest you.

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Closed Activities

  • Centenary Stones Consultation

    Armagh City Banbridge and Craigavon Borough Council agreed the NI 2021 Centenary programme and subsequently agreed to the inclusion of commemorative centenary stones to be installed at various locations across the Borough. Three have been placed at the civic buildings in Armagh, Banbridge and...

    Closed 1 March 2024

  • Corporate Plan - Draft

    Armagh City, Banbridge and Craigavon Borough Council is consulting on their draft Corporate Plan for the period 2023 – 2027. What is a Corporate Plan? The Corporate Plan sets out the vision of the organisation, its values and priorities. It is the roadmap for...

    Closed 16 February 2024

  • TakĀ£500+ Participatory Budgeting (PB) Fund 2023

    After two very successful projects in 2020 and 2022 Tak£500+ is now back for its third year! Tak£500+ Participatory Budget Fund, groups within the Armagh, Banbridge and Craigavon area can now receive up to £1000 for a project that they think will have a positive impact on their community ...

    Closed 18 January 2024

  • Banbridge Place Plan - Draft

    The Banbridge Place Plan is a new locality plan for Banbridge being taken forward by the Armagh, Banbridge and Craigavon Community Planning Partnership. The development of the Plan has brought a range of partners together to make long-term plans for the borough and to work with and for the...

    Closed 4 December 2023

  • Armagh Georgian Festival 2023

    We are seeking to gather your opinions as to your experiences at the Armagh Georgian Festival 2023. All the information collected will be treated anonymously. This means no one else will be able to tell who took part in the consultation. ONLY fill in your contact details at the end of the...

    Closed 3 December 2023

We Asked, You Said, We Did

Here are some of the issues we have consulted on and their outcomes. See all outcomes

We asked

As part of Council’s Capital Play Development Programme the play park in Drumbeg/Meadownbrook/Pinbank (Tullygally) has been designated for refurbishment, with an investment of £100,000

There are more children and young people living within the Meadowbrook/ Drumbeg areas and the Play Strategy has recommended relocating the existing Play Area to better meet the needs of an expanded area to include Meadowbrook and Drumbeg. 

Two sites were identifed and Council wanted to hear residents views on which site they feel would better suit the Neighbourhood Play Park which is designated for the Tullygally area

You said

Council received 303 responses:

  •  34.32 % opted for site one (the exsisting site).
  •  65.68 % opted for site two (new site identified).


We did

Council is therefore recommending that the new play facilities be located on site two; this site is owned by NIHE and Council are progressing with this matter at the moment.

A public meeting will be arranged to discuss this matter with the residents/community; the date for this meeting will be post on the Get Active & Council Facebook/website pages.

We asked

In our continuing effort to improve the quality of  play service provided by Armagh City, Banbridge & Craigavon Borough Council, we carried out an online and postal survey to establish the number of children aged 0-14 years old in the Blackskull area that would avail of play facilities and how those children play.

You said

Council received the following responses to the surveys:

Online survey – 59 responses received, total 133 children

Postal survey – 31 received, total  84 children

Therefore there are a total of 217 children in the local area.

We did

It would be Council's recommendation to progress a new play park in the Blackskull area.  However, it should be noted that no site has been identified at present.

We asked

For feedback on current service provision and perception of value for money for getactiveabc memberships at the Orchard Leisure Centre to ensure the best possible service is provided to our customers.

You said

A total of 34 people completed the Survey.

Over 70% of respondents rated their getactiveabc memberships as either excellent or good value for money.  The remaining 29% rated their membership as average in terms of value for money, but none of the surveyed customers rated their membership as ‘poor value for money’

Awareness rates of membership options was an area which was highlighted as needing to be addressed; 58% were aware how many people the family membership covered while 41% were unaware.

We did

As a result of your feedback, we have ensured that more getactiveabc membership promotional material is now available as well as increased information posts on Facebook about family membership options.