Masterplan sets out vision for ‘One Doagh’

Bob Adams, Chairman of One Doagh, Emma Stubbs, Grow South Antrim, Deputy Mayor Victor Robinson and James Hennessy from the Paul Hogarth Company at the local launch of the Doagh Village Masterplan. INNT39-506CON

Bob Adams, Chairman of One Doagh, Emma Stubbs, Grow South Antrim, Deputy Mayor Victor Robinson and James Hennessy from the Paul Hogarth Company at the local launch of the Doagh Village Masterplan. INNT39-506CON

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The Doagh Village Masterplan was officially launched last week at the Torrens Memorial Hall by the Deputy Mayor of Newtownabbey, Alderman Victor Robinson and Emma Stubbs from GROW South Antrim.

Bob Adams, Chairman of ‘One Doagh’ - formerly known as the Masterplan Implementation Team - welcomed everyone to the launch event on Thursday (September 22).

The masterplan was commissioned by GROW South Antrim through Newtownabbey Borough Council and was developed by The Paul Hogarth Company, supported by a steering group of local stakeholders. It is one of three plans being developed simultaneously for Doagh, Toome and Whitehead.

The document has identified a range of initiatives by which to improve the village over the next five to 10 years.

A number of local community groups, churches and business people have come together as ‘One Doagh’, to collectively work towards and implement a shared vision for the village.

Full story and more pictures in this week’s Times...