Belfast

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Party Seats
Sinn Féin Seats 19
Democratic Unionist Party Seats 13
Alliance Party Seats 8
Social Democratic & Labour Party Seats 7
Ulster Unionist Party Seats 7
Progressive Unionist Party of NI Seats 3
Green Seats 1
People before Profit Alliance Seats 1
Traditional Unionist Voice Seats 1

Council background

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

Latest updates Belfast City Council

Yesterday 19.09.2018

15:28

Primark's Belfast donation 'drop in ocean'

City centre businesses affected by the Primark fire say more money will be needed as their trade drops.

18.09.2018

13:38

City councillor suspended over complaints

Jolene Bunting is the first NI councillor to be suspended while the outcome of an investigation is pending.

12.09.2018

11:33

Rat fears in wake of Primark fire

There are concerns that rotting food in stores close to Bank Buildings will cause environmental problems.
10:20

Crumlin Road court hotel plan approved

The courthouse is one of Northern Ireland's best-known listed buildings and was built in 1850.

07.09.2018

19:41

Secrecy over bonfire costs is criticised

The Alliance Party calls for transparency after public bodies refuse to say how much they spent.

06.09.2018

18:24

Primark fire cordon affects 1,000 workers

There are 14 businesses based within the safety cordon, which are unable to trade.

29.08.2018

16:30

Jolene Bunting investigated by watchdog

A hearing to decide if she should be suspended while investigations continue will be held next week.

23.08.2018

20:31

'Each figure has its moment in time'

An art installation at Belfast City Hall honours thousands of soldiers who died in the Battle of the Somme.

17.08.2018

16:58

'No confidence' in UUP councillor Rodgers

Alliance proposed the motion, claiming Mr Rodgers had made "negative comments" about council staff.

16.08.2018

06:16

Twelfth of July clean-up costs revealed

Belfast City Council paid £21,000 to 86 staff to clean up after the annual parade in July.
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