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Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council

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Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council
Founded1 April 2015
Preceded byBallymoney Borough Council
Coleraine Borough Council
Limavady Borough Council
Moyle District Council
Alderman Mark Fielding, DUP
Deputy Mayor
Alderman Sharon McKillop, Democratic Unionist Party
Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council 2020.svg
Political groups
  DUP (14)
  Sinn Féin (9)
  UUP (6)
  SDLP (4)
  Independent (4)
  Alliance (2)
  PUP (1)
Last election
2 May 2019
Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council
BlazonPer saltire Azure and Or an anchor and an anchor inverted in pale Or and two garbs in fess Gules.
MottoIntegerrime Servire (Service with Integrity)[1]

Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council is a local authority in Northern Ireland that was established on 1 April 2015. It covers most of the northern coast of Northern Ireland and replaced Ballymoney Borough Council, Coleraine Borough Council, Limavady Borough Council and Moyle District Council. The area covered by the Council has a population of 140,877 residents as at the 2011 census.[2]

The first elections to the authority were on 22 May 2014 and it acted as a shadow authority, prior to the creation of the Causeway Coast and Glens district on 1 April 2015. There is a Unionist majority on the council.



From To Name Party
2015 2016 Michelle Knight-McQuillan DUP
2016 2017 Maura Hickey SDLP
2017 2018 Joan Baird UUP
2018 2019 Brenda Chivers Sinn Féin
2019 2020 Sean Bateson Sinn Féin
2020 2021 Mark Fielding DUP

Deputy Mayor

From To Name Party
2015 2016 Darryl Wilson UUP
2016 2017 James McCorkell DUP
2017 2018 Cathal McLaughlin Sinn Féin
2018 2019 Trevor Clarke DUP
2019 2020 Sharon McKillop DUP
2020 2021 Tom McKeown UUP


For the purpose of elections the council is divided into seven district electoral areas (DEA):[3]

Area Seats
Ballymoney 7
Bann 5
Benbradagh 5
Causeway 7
Coleraine 6
Limavady 5
The Glens 5

Seat summary

Party Elected
DUP 11 14 13
Sinn Féin 7 9 9
UUP 10 7 6
SDLP 6 6 4
Alliance 1 2 2
PUP 1 1 1
TUV 3 0 0
Independents 1 1 5

Councillors by electoral area

Current council members
District electoral area Name Party
Ballymoney Darryl Wilson  UUP
John Finlay  DUP
Leanne Peacock   Sinn Féin
Tom McKeown  UUP
Alan McLean  DUP
Ivor Wallace  DUP
Cathal McLaughlin  Sinn Féin
Bann Sean Bateson  Sinn Féin
Adrian McQuillan  DUP
Richard Holmes   UUP
Michelle Knight-McQuillan  DUP
Helena Dallat O'Driscoll  SDLP
Benbradagh Seán McGlinchey  Sinn Féin
Orla Beattie  SDLP
Kathleen McGurk   Sinn Féin
Dermot Nicholl  Sinn Féin
Edgar Scott  DUP
Causeway Mark Fielding  DUP
Chris McCaw  Alliance
Sharon McKillop   DUP
John McAuley  DUP
Norman Hillis  UUP
Sandra Hunter  UUP
Angela Mulholland ‡  Independent
Coleraine Russell Watton  PUP
Philip Anderson  DUP
Stephanie Quigley ‡   Independent
Yvonne Boyle  Alliance
George Duddy  DUP
William McCandless ‡  Independent
Limavady Alan Robinson  DUP
Brenda Chivers  Sinn Féin
James McCorkell ‡   Independent
Aaron Callan  DUP
Ashleen Schenning  SDLP
The Glens Padraig McShane †  Independent
Cara McShane  Sinn Féin
Oliver McMullan   Sinn Féin
Margret Anne McKillop  SDLP
Joan Baird  UUP

Co-opted to fill a vacancy since the election.
New party affiliation since the election.
Last update 29 June 2021.

See also


  1. ^ "Presentation of Coat of Arms..." Causeway Coast & Glens Borough Council. Retrieved 1 November 2020.
  2. ^ "NI Census 2011 - Key Statistics Summary Report, September 2014" (PDF). NI Statistics and Research Agency. Retrieved 28 September 2014.
  3. ^ Current review of district electoral areas
  4. ^ "Open Council Data UK - Northern Ireland councils". Retrieved 26 November 2017.
  5. ^ Young, Connla (8 July 2020). "Stephanie Quigley resigns from SDLP over abortion". The Irish News. Retrieved 8 July 2020.
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