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People invited to have their say on how to ‘future-proof’ Belfast

Date: 12 Feb 2020


People invited to have their say on how to ‘future-proof’ Belfast

People from across Belfast are being asked to share their views on how to make the city more resilient.

People from across Belfast are being asked to share their views on how to make the city more resilient.

Belfast City Council is currently consulting on its draft resilience strategy with a focus on climate, connectivity, and children and young people.

A resilient city is one that has the ability to recover quickly from shocks and stresses – those that can be planned for, like the effects of climate change, and those that are unexpected.

Council’s draft resilience strategy aims to transition Belfast to an inclusive, low-carbon, climate resilient economy within a generation.

Members of the public can have their say on the draft resilience strategy by visiting the council’s website www.belfastcity.gov.uk/resilientbelfast, or by attending one of the public information and engagement sessions that are being held across the city in February and March.

  • Tuesday 25 February 5pm-7pm Conway Mill, 5-7 Conway St, BT13 2DE
  • Wednesday 26 February 5pm-7pm Eastside Partnership, Avalon House, 278-280 Newtownards Road, BT4 1HE
  • Tuesday 3 March 5pm-7pm The Macrory Centre, 130 Duncairn Gardens, BT15 2GL
  • Monday 9 March 5pm-7pm Chinese Welfare Association, 1 Stranmillis Embankment, BT7 1GB
  • Thursday 5 March 5pm-7pm The Spectrum Centre – 331 Shankill Road, BT13 3AB

The public consultation is open until Friday 10 April 2020 and all feedback will help to shape the final strategy document which will be published later this year.

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