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Mid Ulster District Council

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Mid Ulster District Council

Comhairle Ceantair Lár Uladh
Mid Ulstèr Airts Cooncil
Coat of arms or logo
Type
Type
History
Founded1 April 2015
Preceded byCookstown District Council
Dungannon and South Tyrone Borough Council
Magherafelt District Council
Leadership
Chair
Councillor Martin Kearney, Social Democratic and Labour Party
Deputy Chair
Councillor Clement Cuthbertson, Democratic Unionist Party
Structure
Seats40
Mid Ulster District Council 2019.svg
Political groups
  Sinn Féin (17)
  DUP (9)
  UUP (6)
  SDLP (5)
  Independents (2)
  Aontú (1)[1]
Elections
Last election
2 May 2019
Website
http://www.midulstercouncil.org/

Mid Ulster District Council (Irish: Comhairle Ceantair Lár Uladh; Ulster-Scots: Mid Ulstèr Airts Cooncil[2]) is a local authority that was established on 1 April 2015. It replaced Cookstown District Council, Dungannon and South Tyrone Borough Council and Magherafelt District Council. The first elections to the authority took place on 22 May 2014 and it acted as a shadow authority, prior to the creation of the Mid Ulster district on 1 April 2015.

Chairpersonship

Chair

From To Name Party
2015 2016 Linda Dillon Sinn Féin
2016 2017 Trevor Wilson UUP
2017 2018 Kim Ashton DUP
2018 2019 Seán McPeake Sinn Féin
2019 2020 Martin Kearney SDLP

Vice Chair

From To Name Party
2015 2016 Kim Ashton DUP
2016 2017 Sharon McAleer SDLP
2017 2018 Mark Glasgow UUP
2018 2019 Frances Burton DUP
2019 2020 Clement Cuthbertson DUP

Councillors

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

Area Seats
Carntogher 5
Clogher Valley 6
Cookstown 7
Dungannon 6
Magherafelt 5
Moyola 5
Torrent 6

Seat summary

Party Elected 2014 Elected 2019 Current
Sinn Féin 18 17 17
DUP 8 9 9
UUP 7 6 6
SDLP 6 6 5
Aontú 0 0 1
Independents 1 2 2

Councillors by electoral area

Current council members
District electoral area Name Party
Carntogher Brian McGuigan  Sinn Féin
Kyle Black  DUP
Martin Kearney   SDLP
Sean McPeake  Sinn Féin
Cora Groogan  Sinn Féin
Clogher Valley Frances Burton  DUP
Sharon McAleer  SDLP
Seán McGuigan   Sinn Féin
Phelim Gildernew  Sinn Féin
Wills Robinson  DUP
Meta Graham  UUP
Cookstown Cathal Mallaghan  Sinn Féin
John McNamee  Sinn Féin
Kerri Hughes   SDLP
Wilbert Buchanan  DUP
Gavin Bell  Sinn Féin
Trevor Wilson  UUP
Mark Glasgow  UUP
Dungannon Clement Cuthbertson  DUP
Barry Monteith  Independent
Kim Ashton   DUP
Dominic Molloy  Sinn Féin
Walter Cuddy  UUP
Denise Mullen ‡  Aontú
Magherafelt Darren Totten  Sinn Féin
Christine McFlynn  SDLP
Seán Clarke   Sinn Féin
Wesley Brown  DUP
Paul McLean  DUP
Moyola Ian Milne  Sinn Féin
Anne Forde  DUP
Catherine Elattar   Sinn Féin
Donal McPeake  Sinn Féin
Derek McKinney  UUP
Torrent Malachy Quinn  SDLP
Dan Kerr  Independent
Robert Colvin   UUP
Niall McAleer †  Sinn Féin
Joe O'Neill  Sinn Féin
Niamh Doris  Sinn Féin

Co-opted to fill a vacancy since the election.
New party affiliation since the election.
Last updated 28 March 2020.
[4]

For further details see 2019 Mid Ulster District Council election.

Population

The area covered by the new Council has a population of 138,590 residents according to the 2011 Northern Ireland census.[5]

References

  1. ^ "Councillor Denise Mullen leaves SDLP over party's stance on abortion". 27 July 2019. Retrieved 5 August 2019.
  2. ^ "Equality Impect Assessment o tha Draft Ullans Leid Policy (in Ulster-Scots)" (PDF). Mid Ulster Council. Retrieved 24 January 2017.
  3. ^ http://www.deac-ni.org/index/current-review-of-district-electoral-areas/final_ni_overview__300dpi_a1_.pdf[permanent dead link]
  4. ^ "Open Council Data UK - compositions councillors parties wards elections". opencouncildata.co.uk. Retrieved 28 December 2017.
  5. ^ "NI Census 2011 - Key Statistics Summary Report, September 2014" (PDF). NI Statistics and Research Agency. Archived from the original (PDF) on 15 December 2014. Retrieved 28 September 2014.
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