- Animal Welfare
- Home Energy Efficiency
- Building Control
- Carrickfergus in Bloom
- Household Recycling Centre
- Dog Control
- Environmental Health
- Food Hygiene Rating Scheme
- Food Safety
- Health And Well Being
- Litter Champions
- Parks & Countryside
- Public Conveniences
- Street Cleansing
- Sustainable Development
- Tree Week
- Waste Collection
The core ethos that underpins Carrickfergus Borough Council’s Environmental Strategy is
"caring for our environment and creating a sustainable, clean and healthy living space for all.”
It is vital that we adopt an integrated approach to environmental protection, and so monitoring, conservation and awareness raising is required to ensure that we all - government, industry and society - live up to our environmental responsibilities.
Carrickfergus Borough Council will continue to play a leadership role in protecting the high quality of the region’s natural resources and will work to fostering a sense of environmental responsiblity among its citizens to ensure that the rich fabric of our local environment is appreciated and protected.
Carrickfergus Borough Council’s Environmental Strategy is delivered by the Environmental Health Department, who are responsible for the provision of a range of services which are designed to maintain and improve the quality of the environment and to protect public health and safety. Please click on the link to view the Environmental Health Enforcement Policy.
The services can be divided into 5 key areas:
- Food Safety
- Health and Safety
- Environmental Protection
- Consumer Safety
- Licensing and Regulatory Services (including Dog Control)
The Environmental Health Plan for the period 2012-13 and its associated Workplan Appendices (by function) can be viewed by clicking on the links below.
Appendix 1 (Food), Appendix 2 (Health and Safety), Appendix 3 (Consumer Protection), Appendix 4 (Pollution), Appendix 5 (Health and Wellbeing), Appendix 6 (Emergency Planning), Appendix 7 (Licensing), Appendix 8 (Administration and Management)
To view Council's Dog Control Enforcement Policy please click here.
We welcome your comments on our service. Should you wish to make an complaint or comment please do not hesitate to contact us.
For further information please contact:
Telephone: 028 9335 8071