Lisburn and Castlereagh

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Party Seats
Democratic Unionist Party Seats 20
Ulster Unionist Party Seats 8
Alliance Party Seats 7
Social Democratic & Labour Party Seats 3
NI21 Seats 1
Traditional Unionist Voice Seats 1

Council background

Type
District Council
Seats up
40 seats up for election - whole
Boundary change
Yes

Latest updates Lisburn City and Castlereagh District Council

23.02.2016

10:59

Former NI21 deputy leader joins SDLP

A former deputy leader of NI21 is joining the Social Democratic and Labour Party (SDLP).

07.01.2016

13:36

Loyalist refused bail on gun charges

A prominent County Antrim loyalist is refused bail after a court heard items linked to a proscribed terrorist group was found on his property.

29.12.2015

12:47

NI21's only councillor quits party

NI21's only councillor says he has quit the party, leaving leader Basil McCrea as its last remaining elected representative.

01.04.2015

14:12

Robinson centre jobs 'guaranteed'

Union representatives have said there will be no compulsory redundancies at the Robinson leisure centre in east Belfast.

28.01.2015

16:23

Householders to receive rate subsidy

Up to 350,000 householders in Northern Ireland will receive a subsidy on their rates bill as a result of moving to one of the new so-called super councils.

20.01.2015

14:48

Council vote to fly union flag daily

Councillors in Craigavon vote to fly the union flag every day of the year at its civic centre despite an equality report recommending that they do not.

01.12.2014

10:07

Ice bowl revamp plan is put on hold

Plans for the redevelopment of Dundonald Ice Bowl are put on hold following a decision by the shadow council for the new Lisburn City and Castlereagh District Council.

10.10.2014

14:20

Super councils: Rate rises for some

At least 300,000 householders in Northern Ireland will face rate rises as a result of moving into the new so-called super councils, according to figures from the Department of Finance.

28.05.2014

06:11

Regret at disabled ramp 'oversight'

Northern Ireland's chief electoral officer says it is "very regrettable" that a councillor with a disability was unable to deliver his victory speech from the podium.

25.05.2014

11:28

All the results, all the details

All the results for the 2014 local elections in Northern Ireland.
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