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Social security benefits, pensions and lump sum payments in Northern Ireland (NI) are generally maintained in parity with Great Britain (GB).
Social security benefits, pensions and allowances in Northern Ireland (NI) are generally maintained in parity with Great Britain (GB).
This document presents the findings of the first five stages of the process and the (stage 6) decisions taken by the Department for Communities in the allocation of its 2023-24 Budget.
This project details the findings of a research study examining the reach of Make the Call within Northern Ireland. It was undertaken as part of the Department’s Economic and Social Research Programme 2022/24 and examines the demograph
Headline statistics on engagement in culture, arts, heritage and sport: findings from the 2022/23 Continuous Household Survey.
The reconvened Culture Arts & Heritage Strategy Taskforce brought together stakeholders from across the sectors who have mapped out a development and investment report to reorientate how the culture, arts and heritage sectors are collectively perceived, engaged and support
There is a limit on the total amount of benefit that working age people can get. This is called the Benefit Cap. The Benefit Cap can be applied through Housing Benefit (HB) and Universal Credit (UC).
The Northern Ireland Homelessness bulletin is a biannual publication which contains information on a range of areas relating to homelessness.
Article 29 (1) of the Local Government (NI) Order 2005 confers powers on district councils in relation to emergencies.
This quarterly publication provides an overview on the performance of the Child Maintenance Service in Northern Ireland. This publication contains information up to the quarter ending June 2023.
The Supporting People Policy Framework (NI) 2023, is the updated departmental guidance for the Supporting People Programme.
This report focuses on two main areas which are the level of decision-making accuracy in social security benefits and the level of financial accuracy.
The Scheme of Emergency Financial Assistance (SEFA) is designed to aid individual householders who have suffered severe inconvenience as a result of internal flooding to their properties.
The Department for Communities invites applications for the appointment of Members and Expert Advisors to the Ministerial Advisory Group (MAG) and the Built Environment NI.
Examining the Risk and Depth of Income Poverty for Northern Ireland Households using Administrative Data
This project details the findings of a research study examining the risk and depth of income poverty for Northern Ireland households using administrative data. It was undertaken as part of the Department’s Economic and Social Research
Ministerial Advisory Group (MAG) for Architecture and the Built Environment response to the DAERA consultation on Climate Change Reporting by Specified Public Bodies – Developing New Regulations.
Funding to Belfast City Centre Management each year since 2018
Funding to Cathedral Quarter Trust each year since 2018
Number of people who presented as homeless for the past 5 years
The number of personal injury cases settled by each law firm in Northern Ireland in 2022