Derry City & Strabane - Glendermott Shared Space Masterplan consultation




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Glendermott Shared Space Masterplan consultation


 Are you Interested in having a quality outdoor public spaces in the Waterside? Please fill in a 5 minute online survey and attend a public meetings to show your support.



Residents in the Drumahoe, Tullyally and Currynierin areas are being encouraged to attend specially arranged public meetings to share their views on the Glendermott Shared Space Project. The meetings will take place in three separate venues on Wednesday 21st June 2023 (details below) and are open to local residents, community groups and stakeholders.


Derry City and Strabane District Council is applying for EU PEACEPLUS funding from the Special EU Programmes Body (SEUPB) that, if successful, will be used to fund parks and outdoor public spaces in the local area.

The application will be stronger if local people take part.

The overall objective of the Glendermott Shared Space Project is to address community relations and tensions and impact of the conflict on the area by regenerating the Green Spaces to create a high quality, well connected shared space.  In other words, quality outdoor spaces that everyone can use together. Specifically, it will be an interconnected green shared space for both communities and visitors that is non-contentious and non-sectarian through the regeneration of the lands between Drumahoe, Currynierin and Tullyally.


The PEACEPLUS funding application has two key parts – firstly, the physical creation of shared public space and secondly, a cross-community participation programme. Council will take the lead on the physical/capital part (ie. Masterplan is the design of the Green Infrastructure (GI) shared space) and the cross-community programming and animation of the spaces will be tendered out for delivery by relevant organisations working with local communities.


Communities are encouraged to engage in the process and what goes into the bid for funding will be decided in a co-design process where communities put forward relevant ideas. In May residents and Stakeholders from Drumahoe, Currynierin and Tullyally attended public, workshops to give their opinion and ideas on the types of cross community programmes they would like to see in their communities.


A survey link to a quick 5 minute survey is here:


Please fill this survey in to show what types of cross community programmes you would like to see delivered in your area. It is important that local people have a say in what the cross-community programmes should look like.


DCSDC are now inviting interested groups and individuals to attend the Phase 2 workshops which will focus on the capital/physical elements of the project to be included in the Masterplan for the area.


Participants are invited to attend the most relevant and suitable workshop for them and preregistration is not required.







Wednesday 21st June 2023

10.30am-12.00 noon


51 Glenshane Rd, Drumahoe

BT47 3SF


Wednesday 21st June 2023

14.00 – 15.30

Currynierin Community Association

Ridgeway Drive

BT47 3UX


Wednesday 21st June 2023

18.30 – 20..00

Tullyally Community Partnership

Unit 2

Glendermott Valley Business Park, Tullyally Rd

BT47 3LR