News

Local Businesses Grow at Council’s Economic Development Conference

Tuesday 18th February 2020

Almost 200 local business owners and employees attended Ards and North Down Borough Council’s ‘Grow’ Economic Development Conference in what was a highly productive business networking event.

Three keynote speakers attended the Grow Economic Development Conference

Council’s Bin-ovation App Hits New 30k Milestone!

Monday 17th February 2020

Ards and North Down Borough Council is celebrating the success of its Bin-ovation app which has reached the impressive milestone of more than 30,000 users in the borough!

The Mayor reveals 30,000 users for Bin-ovation app

Clarification: Proposed Change to Bin Collection Arrangements

Wednesday 12th February 2020

Following media coverage about a proposed change to bin collection arrangements locally we would like to provide the following clarifications for residents.

Council Partners with SERC to Bolster Borough’s Culinary Skills

Monday 10th February 2020

Ards and North Down Borough Council continued its partnership with South Eastern Regional College (SERC) for this year’s Food Demonstration Day and Competition Showcase which saw more than 60 students take part in cooking and baking challenges.

Mayor Bill Keery with two chefs

Planning Application Submitted for Queen’s Parade and Marine Gardens

Wednesday 29th January 2020

(Press release issued by DfC) Bangor Marine Ltd. has submitted a comprehensive planning application for the development site located at Queen’s Parade and Marine Gardens in Bangor…

Mayor of Ards and North Down, Alderman Bill Keery; Minister for Communities, Deirdre Hargey MLA and Aran Blackbourne from Bangor Marine Ltd

Council Hosts Holocaust Commemoration Event

Wednesday 29th January 2020

Ards and North Down Borough Council remembered the victims of the Holocaust and other genocides by holding a special commemoration event with Holocaust survivor, Eve Kugler, on Holocaust Memorial Day (27 January).

The Mayor with Holocaust survivor Eve Kugler and students from Millisle Primary plus singer Andrew McBride