Culmore Sinn Féin Councillor Sandra Duffy has urged people in the city interested in the conservation of the Council-owned Boom Hall Estate to attend two public information sessions later this week to provide an update on the ongoing preparation of a conservation management plans for the estate.
Councillor Duffy said “It’s important that local people come along to these information sessions this week so they can give their views and ask questions about the plans for the Boom Hall estate. And also get an update and overview on progress so far.
“The views coming out of public information sessions will be reflected within the completed conservation management plan.
“I welcome the comments from Karen Philips, Director of Environment and Regeneration that the Council is fully committed to the regeneration of the Boom Hall Estate as a key heritage and recreational asset for citizens and visitors.
Notes -The two information sessions will take place at the Guildhall, Derry on Thursday 28th February from 3pm to 5pm and from 6pm to 8pm.