Coalisland Public Realm
Consultation is to begin on design concepts for a potential £2.75M public realm scheme in Coalisland.
The proposals which have been developed by Mid Ulster District Council and, subject to funding and planning approval, will bring new high quality natural stone paving, street furniture, tree planting, signage, lighting and drainage to the town centre.
The scheme extends across the town centre, encompassing works to the Square, Main Street, Lineside, Dungannon Road, Stewartstown Road, Barrack Street, Barrack Square, Station Road and Washingbay Road.
As part of the public consultation exercise two information sessions are being held in the Cornmill Heritage Centre on Wednesday 11 October from 1pm to 2pm and from 5.30pm to 6.30pm.
The design concepts will also be on display in the library of the Cornmill Heritage Centre and in Western House in Coalisland from Thursday 12 October to Tuesday 31 October.
The Council has appointed WDR & RT Taggart to develop the public realm scheme designs.
Design proposals and options for the scheme can be viewed in the Related Documents section below.