If you live or work in the Cookstown District Council area and are looking for information, then look no further. Cookstown Council will help you discover the best things about Cookstown and has information on just about everything you need to know including news and events, business information and programmes, places to visit, things to do, leisure and sport, Council services and facilities, local partnerships, legislation and more.
Cookstown District Council spearheaded a large ‘Get Ready to Tender’ Seminar on 25 February 2014 in the Glenavon Hotel. Over 130 people attended the event which provided businesses with a unique opportunity to discover how best to identify new tender opportunities and prepare competitive tender bids.
Cookstown District Council is Finalists at the Local Government Awards for Davagh Forest Trails
The Electoral Office for Northern Ireland are hosting an Electoral Registration and Identity Card event in the Burnavon Centre, Cookstown on Tuesday 25 March, from 10.00am until 3.00pm.
Cookstown District Council has set a minimal rate increase of less than 1% at its most recent Council meeting. The increase of 0.9%, considerably lower than the rate of inflation is a result of sound financial management by Council which aims to ensure any increase is kept to an absolute minimum.
Mid Ulster Statutory Transition Committee has appointed Mr Anthony Tohill as the Chief Executive for the Mid Ulster Council. Mr Tohill, a Strategic Director with Derry City Council, is expected to take up his position in the coming weeks.
Cookstown High School and Holy Trinity College have just launched a 'Hate Crime' DVD. The Hate Crime project is a joint initiative involving the PSNI Cookstown, Cookstown District Council Good Relations Office, Peace 3 and the Police and Community Safety Partnership.
Affected property owners are currently being notified by post of any changes which will take effect from the week commencing 3rd February 2014. Distribution of brown bins and food caddies to householders is also underway.
The rising cost of resources continues to be a growing concern for businesses but help is at hand with Cookstown Resource Efficiency Programme.
This week sees the final recruitment stage open for businesses to sign up to Phase 2 of Cookstown’s Tender Programme.
Cookstown, Dungannon and Magherafelt Councils have joined together to encourage local businesses in Mid-Ulster to sign up to an exciting new programme to gain practical skills to help you conduct successful negotiations for your business?