Ards and North Down Borough Council recently consulted on their second Equality Impact Assessment: ‘Ards and North Down Borough Council’s response to a request to locate Ulster Scots Agency Operation Lion plaques at Bangor and Donaghadee Harbours’.

This consultation closed on Friday 24 May 2019: more information is below.

We asked for comments on the request to locate a plaque at each of Bangor and Donaghadee Harbours with the plaques and wording agreed by the Ulster Scots Agency.  The wording has been considered subjective in its description of the Operation Lion event of gun running in 1914.

Three options for consideration were put forward in the EQIA. These options can be found in Section 4.2 page 18.

To read Ards and North Down Borough Council’s response to a request to locate Ulster Scots Agency Operation Lion plaques at Bangor and Donaghadee Harbours please visit the Equality section.

Using your Personal Information

Ards and North Down Borough Council takes your right to personal privacy seriously. Personal information you supply within a submission will be used by the Council for the purposes of administering the Equality Impact Assessment and is processed as part of the Council’s statutory obligations under section 75 of the Northern Ireland Act 1998.

 Submissions are confidential and will not be shared with third parties, however, will be held by the Council for a period of seven years when they will be reviewed for destruction.  

 If you have a data protection query, please put your request in writing, stating clearly who you are and your query to:

Data Protection Officer, Ards and North Down Borough Council, Town Hall, The Castle, Bangor, BT20 4BT
Email: dataprotection@ardsandnorthdown.gov.uk
Tel: 0300 013 3333
Visit www.ardsandnorthdown.gov.uk/privacy‐and‐cookies.