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McCausland Opens Conway Street Environmental Improvement Scheme

The project has helped to regenerate and improve the visual appearance of Conway Street, which is within the Falls/Clonard Neighbourhood Renewal Area.

The scheme included:

  • the installation of decorative street lighting columns
  • resurfacing footpaths in Caithness natural stone paving
  • planting of semi-mature trees
  • provision of car parking bays
  • installation of decorative gates and railings to Conway Mill
  • installation of monolith of mill worker and loom boy

Minister McCausland said "This is good news for the people who live and work in Conway Street and for visitors to this neighbourhood. This scheme, together with the recently completed restoration project at Conway Mill, has helped create a more attractive environment for the local community and businesses and will assist with the promotion of tourism in this part of the City.

"By funding environmental improvement schemes, my Department is demonstrating, through the Neighbourhood Renewal Strategy, its commitment to improving the environment and image of disadvantaged neighbourhoods. I am determined these areas will become more attractive places in which to live, work visit and invest. This project is an excellent example of what can be achieved by partnership working between my Department, other statutory agencies, and local communities."

Source: Northern Ireland Executive - McCausland Opens Conway Street Environmental Improvement Scheme