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Hard Hat Tour of our new sections

On Thursday 15th October we went on a Connswater Community Greenway Hard Hat Bus Tour to see the developments of the new sections of the Connswater Community Greenway. 

Connswater Community Greenway Stakeholder Forum takes place at Braniel Church

On Friday 16th October the latest Connswater Community Greenway (CCG) Stakeholder Forum took place at Braniel Church. 

Issues discussed included the construction works and design element of the project, community engagement and activities and also a visit from Ulster University to discuss their Community Participation in Planning  which is focusing on the Connswater Community Greenway. 

Winner of our See Sense Competition Announced

Earlier this year we teamed up with See Sense, to give you the chance to win intelligent lights for your bike worth £99.99. Hundreds of you entered the competition and we can now reveal the winner picked at random is James Tate from Belfast.

James won a set of See Sense Bike lights worth £99.99! To find out more about See Sense and their products visit www.seesense.co. 

Community Planning and Governance Students visit the Connswater Greenway

Earlier this week Postgraduate students from the University of Ulster Jordanstown visited the Connswater Community Greenway. The students which are studying the Community Planning and Governence are going to carry out a community engagement and programming study for the Orangefield, Braniel and Clarawood section of the Connswater Community Greenway. 

Construction of the Connswater Community Greenway moves full steam ahead

Works on the Connswater Community Greenway move full steam ahead with great progress on multiple sites across East Belfast.

At the Sydenham Bypass to Mersey Street (D5) section our contractor, Farrans have finished piling works and have begun their first pour of concrete for the Greenway walkway. Whilst a little further along from Mersey Street to the Ballymacarrett Walkway piling works are complete along the west side of the black path and at the Severn Street Bridge. Works will shortly move across the river towards the Holywood Arches Health Centre.