Progress is being made on the completion of Pollock Mews, the DUP politician spearheading a campaign to see the work completed has said.
DUP Councillor Carla Lockhart said: “Resurfacing, sewers adoption and street lighting are the three areas of work being focused on progress is being made.”
She said: “Pollock Mews is a development that has been ‘[forgotten’.
“Residents have been subjected to unfinished roads, problems with sewers and unkempt land.
“As a result I am working with Road Service to draw down the bond to have it completed.
“I am pleased to say that an initial meeting on site has resulted in a sewerage check, and plans to have resurfacing completed in the not too distant future.
“I am also in discussions with the residents regarding the land that has been left to grow wild to try and get a joined up approach to dealing with these areas.”
“Persistence will be key in trying to get this completed,” she concluded.