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Village Renewals Phase 3—Glynn, Whitehead and Gleno

Mid and East Antrim Borough Council
Mid and East Antrim Borough Council | 2019 |

Village Renewals

This scheme was delivered by Idverde for Mid and East Antrim Borough Council as part of a village renewals project.

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The Project

This scheme was delivered for Mid and East Antrim Borough Council across 3 villages: Gleno, Glynn Village and Whitehead Promenade in Northern Ireland.

Our Role

A range of services were provided by idverde in each village

Gleno Village included services like:

  • Site clearance of vegetation
  • Excavation to reduced levels
  • New sub base
  • Granite pathways
  • Steel edging
  • Anti climb boundary fencing
  • New bowtop railings
  • Stone mason works
  • New street furniture—seats, bins
  • Shrub and tree planting

Whitehead promenade:

  • Demolition of the existing 260m long resin promenade surface
  • Regulating the surface and application of a new buff resin
  • 300m of new steam cleaning to the sea wall
  • Removal of rock armour
  • Installation of 30 new Blanc de Bierges bollards
  • New car park thermoplastic whote lining and markings
  • Over 500 new stainless steel road studs
  • New kerbing

Glynn Village:

  • Utility diversions
  • Demolition of existing boundary walls to local nursery group and church
    Rebuilding a new wall
  • Construction of a new car park in a greenfield site adjacent to the nursery
  • Thermoplastic white lines to SMA car park
  • Provision of a new bespoke steel container fully fitted with power, heating and storage to bespoke RAL colour
  • New fencing works and access gates
  • Planting
  • Painting

The Challenges

Due to our works being in a live harbour at Whitehead, we had to be phased and we provided regular programme updates to the local rowing club and harbour master.

At Gleno Village we worked adjacent to a cliff face with a 200ft drop into a waterfall so all works were delivered using fall restraint systems and permit to work.

At Glynn Village, we phased and programmed our works during the summer school holidays so that there was less interference with the local school pick up and drop off. When working during school times, we stopped work between 8.30AM and 9.15AM to allow school drop off to be safely carried out

Before and After