Fermanagh & South Tyrone

On 13 February 2017, Township published its Placemaking Manifesto for Northern Ireland. We emailed every candidate standing for the 2017 Assembly Elections, asking them to answer ‘yes’ or ‘no’ to a series of questions based on our 5 policy positions.

Below, you will find the responses from candidates standing in the Fermanagh and East Tyrone constituency.

Candidate

Party

Housing

Transport

Built Heritage

Participation

Liveability

Transparency

Rosemary Barton UUP

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No

Noreen Campbell Alliance

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Comments

“During this campaign I have been particularly struck by the state of dereliction of many buildings in villages and towns across the FST constituency.”

Jemma Dolan SF

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No

Richard Dunn CON

Yes

Yes

Yes

No

Yes

Comments

“I do not have enough knowledge of the 4th point to make a commitment either way and it would be irresponsible to guess.”

Alex Elliot TUV

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Arlene Foster DUP

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No

Michelle Gildernew SF

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No

Tanya Jones Greens

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Comments

“Our manifesto specifically supports measures to bring empty homes back into use.

Our manifesto commits us to rebalance transport spending towards public transport and active travel, to seek to extend free public transport, to increase spending on cycle infrastructure and to expand public transport.

Third party rights of appeal is specifically supported in our manifesto.

Our manifesto for many policies and principles which work towards and underpin this aim”.

Sean Lynch SF

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No

Richie McPhillips SDLP

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No

Maurice Morrow DUP

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No

Donal O’Cofaigh CCLAB

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes