Alliance Councillor Andrew Muir has been re-selected to stand in Holywood and Clandeboye ahead of the 2019 Local Government elections, scheduled for May.
The well-known local representative will be joined by local woman and Alliance Party North Down Chairperson Gillian Greer as the Party seeks to increase its number of Councillors for the area.
Councillor Andrew Muir said: "I'm absolutely delighted to have the full support of the Alliance Party behind me in my bid for re-election. It's been an honour and privilege to serve the people as their Councillor since 2010 with lots delivered but so much more yet to do.
Whether it be championing a shared, open and inclusive borough as Mayor, saving Cairn Wood, pushing for greater openness and transparency within the Council, securing restoration of Cultra Station House or standing up for the Rule of Law, the last eight years have flown by.
Going forward I'll continue to push for a progressive, open and accountable Council which delivers for all citizens and businesses with delivery of an ambitious master plan for the Kinnegar site following genuine consultation with local people one of my top priorities alongside completion of restoration work at 1 Stewart's Place plus necessary Coastal Path upgrades to showcase Holywood & Clandeboye as a great place to live, work or invest".
Gillian added: "As a full time working Mum, I'm delighted to be able to step forward for the people of Holywood and Clandeboye and I'm looking forward to taking the Alliance Party's message of a genuinely shared future to the voters of the area.
"I'm passionate about our area and I'll stand up for what's best for everyone - including challenging the on-going problems with Rathgael Road traffic and ensuring voices of local people heard with regards to Greenway plans along the Clandeboye Way and other routes. I look forward to getting out and about meeting as many people as possible over the coming weeks and months."