A North Down MLA has mentioned “at the very least 150 folks” had been unable to attend a public assembly on a proposed new greenway in after the venue seen big queues forming exterior.
Ards and North Down Borough Council organized the assembly to debate the problem of a proposed new coastal pathway which can create hyperlinks to Belfast.
Nevertheless, some have argued in opposition to the growth resulting from plans to include among the space’s coastal path and considerations round delinquent behaviour.
Movies and images shared on-line of the assembly, which was additionally streamed on-line, present massive queues exterior Bangor City Corridor, with some attendees being turned away as a result of venue reportedly changing into full.
UUP MLA for North Down Alan Chambers later mentioned it was a “unhealthy name in anticipating numbers” of these wishing to attend the assembly, calling the problem an “emotive matter.”
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Ards and North Down Borough Council have been contacted for remark.