Abandonment – Coopers Mill Park, Dundonald

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Consultation opened on 19 June 2024. Closing date 31 July 2024 at 17:00.

Summary

The Department for Infrastructure (DfI), being of the opinion that the road is not necessary for road traffic, gives notice of its intention to make an Order under Article 68 of the Roads (Northern Ireland) Order 1993.

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Consultation description

The effect of the Order would be to abandon an area of 16.41 square metres of former road to the rear of the footway fronting no. 1D Coopers Mill Park, Dundonald.

Inspecting the proposal

The area of road proposed to be abandoned is delineated on a map which, together with a copy of a draft order, may be inspected free of charge during office hours within the period 19 June 2024 to 31 July 2024 at:

DfI Roads Eastern Division
Annexe 7
Block 2
Castle Buildings
Stormont Estate
Upper Newtownards Road
Belfast
BT4 3SQ

Inspection of the draft Order and map is by appointment only which can be arranged either by email at lands.eastern@infrastructure-ni.gov.uk or by telephone during office hours (Monday to Friday 9.00 am to 5.00 pm) on 0300 200 7899.

Making an objection

Any person may, within the period above, object to the proposal by writing to the Department at the address above or by emailing lands.eastern@infrastructure-ni.gov.uk stating the grounds of the objection.

Information you provide in your response to this consultation, excluding personal information, may be published or disclosed under the Freedom of Information Act 2000 (FOIA) or the Environmental Information Regulations (EIR). If you want the information that you provide to be treated as confidential, please tell us why, but be aware that, under FOIA/EIR, we cannot guarantee confidentiality.

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