Belfast Agenda - Belfast’s first community plan
Consultation deadline extended to 20 April 2017
Community planning is a new responsibility we took on as a result of local government reform. It’s about making sure that public services work together with communities to deliver real improvements for local people.
Over the past two years, we have been asking residents in Belfast to tell us what kind of city they want for the future and what the things we should be focusing on now are to make this happen. People told us that they want a city that provides a high quality of life for everyone who lives here and for the city to be a great place to work, study, visit or set up and grow your business.
The Belfast Agenda was created by a partnership of key city partners, residents and community organisations. The plan sets out our joint vision and long-term ambitions for Belfast’s future, as well as outlining our priorities for action over the next four years.
Over the coming months we want as many people as possible to tell us what they think about the Belfast Agenda. This will help us improve the plan and make sure that it truly reflects the shared ambitions of people and communities from across Belfast.
Have your say
If you live, work, study or have a business in Belfast, then the Belfast Agenda affects you.
We want to hear your views as we seek to improve the Belfast Agenda. We want to know what you think about our proposed:
- vision for Belfast
- long-term outcomes that we want for Belfast 2035
- ambitions that we want to achieve by 2035
- priorities that we should be focusing on for the next 4 years
You can share your views by completing our online questionnaire on our Your Say consultation hub
The consultation is open until Thursday 20 April 2017
- extended from 31 March 2017.
Belfast Agenda video
This video outlines the opportunities that the Belfast Agenda brings to everyone who lives in, works in or visits the city.
We have already carried out two assessments on the draft Belfast Agenda and you can read the assessment reports here. We are also consulting on these until 20 April 2017.
On 21 March 2017 at 1pm, we’re supporting a public discussion event titled ‘An economy that works for all’ – this event is being held by the ‘Imagine Belfast’ Festival of Ideas and Politics and will discuss the idea of place based ‘inclusive growth’ that is referred to in the Belfast Agenda. Further details and tickets for the event can be obtained via the Imagine Belfast website.
- Find out more about our events
To receive email updates on events and other information on the Belfast Agenda please complete our sign up form below.
If you would like a hard copy of any of the documents or to receive them in an alternative format, please contact us:
The Community Planning Team:
Belfast City Hall, Room 212
Call 028 9032 0202 ext 3320 or ext 3640 or email email@example.com
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To receive email updates on the development of the Belfast Agenda, as well as information on events, workshops and networking opportunities, please complete our sign up form.
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You can also share your views and follow the Belfast conversation on Twitter @belfastcc. Please use #belfastagenda