What council area is Newry?

What council area is Newry?

Mourne and Down District Council
Newry, Mourne and Down District Council covers the south-east of Northern Ireland, including southern County Armagh and large parts of County Down. With a population of around 171,500 and a coastline of approximately 100 miles, we are the third largest Council area in Northern Ireland.

Who is the MLA for Newry and Mourne?

Newry and Armagh (Assembly constituency)

Newry and Armagh
Created 1996
Seats 6 (1996–2016) 5 (2017–)
MLAs Cathal Boylan (SF) William Irwin (DUP) Liz Kimmins (SF) Justin McNulty (SDLP) Conor Murphy (SF)
Districts Newry, Mourne and Down District Council

What areas are covered by Newry Mourne and down?

Newry, Mourne and Down District Council has 41 elected members representing seven district electoral areas.

  • Crotlieve.
  • Downpatrick.
  • Newry.
  • Rowallane.
  • Slieve Croob.
  • Slieve Gullion.
  • The Mournes.

What council area is Newcastle Northern Ireland in?

Down District Council
The Down District Council area consisted of 4 electoral areas: Ballynahinch, Downpatrick, Newcastle and Rowallane….Down District Council.

Down District Ceantar an Dúin
Protestant 32.1%
Country Northern Ireland
Sovereign state United Kingdom

What is the population of Newry?

Making Life Better

Newry, Mourne And Down LGD Northern Ireland
Total Population (2020) 181,669 1,895,510
Children (0-15 years) 40,972 395,816
Young Working Age (16-39 years) 53,608 571,756
Older Working Age (40-64 years) 57,965 607,989

Who is MLA for South Down?

South Down (Assembly constituency)

South Down
Created 1973
Seats 6 (1996–2016) 5 (2017–)
MLAs Sinéad Bradley (SDLP) Sinéad Ennis (SF) Colin McGrath (SDLP) Emma Rogan (SF) Jim Wells (Ind)
Districts Newry, Mourne and Down District Council

What country is Newry in?

Northern Ireland
Newry, Irish An tLúr, town, Newry, Mourne and Down district, southeastern Northern Ireland. It lies along the River Clanrye and Newry Canal, near Carlingford Lough (inlet of the sea) and the Mourne Mountains. The town developed around a Cistercian abbey founded on the Clanrye by St.

Is Newry safe?

Crime and Safety in Newry Newry is the most dangerous medium-sized town in Down, and is among the top 5 most dangerous overall out of Down’s 48 towns, villages, and cities. The overall crime rate in Newry in 2020 was 82 crimes per 1,000 people.

Is Newry a nice place to live?

Revered as the gateway to the north, Newry offers the bustle of city living, with the serenity of a close-knit community. Newry is regarded as one of Northern Ireland’s premium shopping destinations. Its proximity to the border makes it popular with those on either side.

Who is the MLA for North Down?

North Down (Assembly constituency)

North Down
Created 1973
Seats 6 (1996–2016) 5 (2017–)
MLAs Alan Chambers (UUP) Stephen Dunne (DUP) Alex Easton (Independent Unionist) Andrew Muir (APNI) Rachel Woods (GP)
Districts Ards and North Down Borough Council

What does Newry, Mourne and Down District Council do?

Bin Collections and Recycling Newry, Mourne and Down District Council’s waste collection service incudes the collection of household and commercial waste, bulky refuse collection and the operation of Household Recycling Centres (HRCs).

Where can I buy a recycling bin in Newry?

Please contact us by email at [email protected]. Bins purchased are normally replacement of damaged bins or for a new collection. We cannot collect additional bins unless an application has been made and approved under special circumstances. Additional bins placed for collection will not be collected. Note: Prices are VAT exempt.

When do covid-19 testing start in Newry Mourne and down?

24 June 2021 Newry, Mourne and Down District Council is supporting the Public Health Agency (PHA) call for asymptomatic people aged 18 to 40 in selected neighbourhoods within the Castlewellan area to come forward for COVID-19 testing.

When is the next litter picking in Newry?

9 July 2021 Newry District Electoral Area (DEA) Forum has recognised the incredible work of local young people who have successfully completed a number of litter picking activities throughout May at Newry Towpath.