Thank you for visiting, an online hub for news, alerts and updates for vibrant East Belfast – the constituency I represent in the Northern Ireland Assembly and the place I fondly call home. Here, you can find useful informational resources, read about my recent work and stay abreast of what's happening in your community. In my role as your representative, I firmly believe it is my duty to be accessible and accommodating to every one of my constituents. In that light, I hope my website can offer you a convenient platform for engagement so that you may contact me with any comments, concerns, personal or local issues. Remember: I work for you!
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With work due to start on the section of the Belfast Rapid Transit (BRT) route on the Albertbridge Road between the Albert Bridge and Newtownards Road in Spring 2016, a Public Information Event will take place in the Mount Business Centre on Thursday 8th October 2015 between 11.15am and 7.45pm and on Friday 9th October 2015 between 9.15m and 1.45pm.



Judith has welcomed phase two of the Connswater Community Greenway, which has joined a special nationwide campaign to show the public the positive impact civil engineering has on their lives. The Institution of Civil Engineers' (ICE) "This is Civil Engineering" campaign sees huge banners displayed on infrastructure projects across the UK telling the public what civil engineering is, but also making a clear link between the work taking place and how it will benefit the local community.



Judith has welcomed the reopening of the Dundonald Park & Ride facility, following the news from the Department of Regional Development in May 2015 that it was to close due to cutbacks. The purpose-built waiting area only opened in December 2014, at a cost of £310,000.



The Department of Regional Development (DRD) have announced a change to the proposed operational date for the BRT system, with the system now scheduled to become operational in August 2018, being pushed back from the anticipated completion date of September 2017. The potential for delay was set out in the Department's consultation on the draft budget last November and with severe budget pressures facing many of the Executive Departments, "financial uncertainty" has been cited as the reason behind the deferral.


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Judith has welcomed the latest Ulster Bank economic findings, adding it proved there was a lot for Northern Ireland to be positive about.


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