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Article 29 (1) of the Local Government (NI) Order 2005 confers powers on district councils in relation to emergencies.
A list of the days in 2021 for hoisting flags on government buildings in Northern Ireland.
These Regulations amended income-related benefits legislation for family members of people of Northern Ireland granted limited leave to remain under Appendix EU to the Immigration Rules.
Under the Department for Communities (DfC) framework, Ove Arup and Partners Ltd (“Arup”) and Lambert Smith Hampton (LSH) have been engaged to provide strategic support on the disposal and delivery options for a strategic regeneration site known as ‘Fort Georg
As part of the Department’s work to implement Fresh Start policy the DfC Fresh Start team is working with Shantallow Community Residents Association (SCRA), to develop a pilot programme which aims to reduce antisocial behaviour, violence, crime and lawlessness associated
These memos contain advice for decision makers on Universal Credit, Personal Independence Payment, new style Jobseeker’s Allowance and new style Employment and Support Allowance.
Department for Communities Annual Report and Accounts for the year ended 31 March 2020.
The Department for Communities (DfC) presents its Social Fund Account which has been prepared in accordance with a direction issued by the Department of Finance (DoF) in pursuance of section 146(4) of the Social Security Administration (NI) Act 1992.
District Councils will on occasion have a business need to dispose of or lease a portion of its property or properties within their area of responsibility for a specific purpose which provides a benefit in serving the wider community. Guidance on lands cases has be
MAG has launched an updated Briefing and Design Review guidance document aimed at developers, promoters, project teams, planning authorities and district councils.
The Covid-19 Heating Payment will provide individuals who are in receipt of specified benefits with financial assistance in recognition of the additional costs arising as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic.
These Regulations amend the Employment and Support Allowance and Universal Credit (Coronavirus) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2020 (S.R. 2020 No.
This report gives detailed information on progress on the standard of decision making within the Child Maintenance Service.
The Partnership Panel was established to provide a structured relationship between central and local government, to promote collaboration and synergies between Ministers and councillors; and to provide opportunities for joint policy formation to enhance the co-ordination and d
The amending Regulations provide that a person who is isolating themselves, as far as possible, from other people, in line with guidance provided by the Regional Agency for Public Health and Social Well-being relating to coronavirus, is deemed to be incapable of work, and ther
The Northern Ireland Housing Statistics report is an annual compendium of statistics containing information on a range of areas relating to housing.
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 September 2020.
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.
This intervention falls out of the COVID-19 Emergency Response Programme which in its entirety is focused on addressing objective need arising from the impacts of the public health emergency and aligns with actions being taken forward by Economy, Health and Education in partic
The Universal Credit (Earned Income) (Amendment) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2020 amend the Universal Credit Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2016 to give effect to the Court of Appeal judgment in Great Britain which found that the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions act