Waringstown Public Realm - concept consultation revised drawings

Closed 12 Feb 2021

Opened 5 Feb 2021


Armagh City, Banbridge, and Craigavon Borough Council is proposing to submit a planning application for improvements to the public realm in Waringstown. These proposals have been developed by the Council, as part of their commitment to delivering regeneration and economic development throughout the Borough.

After careful consideration of the feedback council received from a previous consultation period 04 Dec 2020 to 11 Jan 2021, designs have been revised. Once again council would like to gather views from stakeholders in relation to the updated designs. This consultation will take place online due to the current Government restrictions on public assembly.

The theme of the design is based on the Weaving History of Waringstown and the layout of the feature elements within are based on the weaving spindles and the threads of material running between the spindles. The paving surrounding these feature elements would be a warm blend of colours selected to complement the surrounding built environment.

This ‘hub’ area would also feature new street tree planting, new lighting, new seating provision and revitalised planting beds.

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Why your views matter

This survey is your opportunity to comment on the concept design proposals for Waringstown. Your views will play an important part in the preparation of the final design for the area.

The details and concepts can be found, downloaded and viewed from the “Related” documents section at the bottom of this page.

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The Waringstown Public Realm Scheme has been subjected to an Equality Screening exercise, refer to the Equality Screening Policy Document under related documents, a Rural Needs Impact Assessment was also completed, refer to the rural needs impact assessment under related documents.

The outcome of this screening exercise indicates no adverse impacts on Equality of Opportunity or Good Relations under the Section 75 of the Northern Ireland Act 1998. On this basis, the decision is that the policy should not be subject to a full equality impact assessment.


What happens next

All comments or feedback should be received no later than Friday 12th February 2021.

The Council will process this information in line with the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) requirements.

It should be noted that any comments you make to the Council are not representations to the Planning Authority and do not in any way affect your statutory right to make representations to the Planning Authority, with regard to any application submitted to them, in respect of this proposal.