North Antrim

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 North Antrim constituency.

Candidate

Party

Housing

Transport

Built Heritage

Participation

Liveability

Transparency

Jim Allister TUV

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Mark Bailey Greens

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Comments

Transport

Green Party will seek to rebalance transport spending towards public transport and active travel, such as cycling and walking.

Built Heritage

This is a personal bugbear of mine. We have a tendency in Northern Ireland to demolish and rebuild rather than renovate.

Participation

We will seek to support resident participation structures in social and private housing sectors and strongly advocate third part rights of appeal.

Liveability

We will support measures to bring empty homes back into use.

Monica Digney Ind

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Connor Duncan SDLP

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No

Paul Frew DUP

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No

Timothy Gaston TUV

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?

Phillip Logan DUP

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No

Adam McBride Ind

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Philip McGuigan SF

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No

Patricia O’Lynn Alliance

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Yes

Mervyn Storey DUP

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No

Robin Swann UUP

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No