Frew makes urgent calls for footway to make area ‘safer for pedestrians’

Paul Frew Assembly member for North Antrim has once again urged the Minister for Infrastructure to push forward with plans to provide footway on the Fenaghy Rd between Cullybackey and the Galgorm Resort .
Paul Frew Assembly member for North Antrim has once again urged the Minister for Infrastructure to push forward with plans to provide footway on the Fenaghy Rd between Cullybackey and the Galgorm Resort .

A local Assembly member for North Antrim is urgently calling upon the Minister for Infrastructure to push forward with plans to provide a new footway.

Paul Frew believes there is much need for a complete footway on the Fenaghy Road between Cullybackey and the Galgorm Resort.

Frew raised his concerns that the existing walkway was to short to provide a safe path for pesdestrians, which stops short of the busy entrance to the popular Galgorm Resort & Spa.

Frew stated: “ There are many projects sitting on a long list of minor works schemes competing for prioritisation, in fact I have been fighting for many of them for a long time.

“What we are talking about here is a scheme proposal to extend the existing footway from the factory and Graveyard to the entrance of Galgorm Resort, a length of approximately 370metres.

“It makes perfect since to complete this work and it will make the whole area much safer for pedestrians. I urge the Minister and the Northern Division to prioritise this work.”