Published Tuesday, 28 February 2012
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It comes as a motion is set to go before the Assembly to give local councils across Northern Ireland powers to make such sites safe.
Mr Attwood said the Executive needs to step in and deal with the issue of "nuisance eyesores and dilapidation" on the North Coast, where the Irish Open will take place this summer.
"What I am looking at is seeing if I can release money for the area of Portrush and Portstewart in advance of the Irish Open to clean up derelict areas," Mr Attwood told UTV.
"I think there is an issue given that there is a lot of derelict land and undeveloped sites arising from the property crash.
"There is a need in the long term to give more powers to local councils to deal with sites where there is currently no structure, as outside Belfast there appears to be a legislative gap."
The SDLP minister also wants developers to "take responsibility" for derelict sites before setting about work on new ones.
He continued: "I know there are developers seeking planning permission and yet a different part of the same town are leaving sites to go to wreck and ruin and I want those developers to take responsibility."