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Uptake levels of the existing Work Experience Programme (WEP) has been in decline over the past few years. We are also already seeing the impact the Covid-19 pandemic is having on our economy with a steep rise in claims to Universal Credit as a result of job losses.
These Regulations will allow the Department for Communities (DfC), with the claimant’s consent, to pay a large amount of benefit arrears due to vulnerable claimants, in instalments rather than one lump sum.
Local Government Circular LG 09/2022 – District Council (Northern Ireland) Rate Statistics 2022/2023
Welfare Assistance Scheme/Discretionary Support
Housing enforcement in Northern Ireland
Private Tenancies (Coronavirus Modifications) Act (Northern Ireland) 2020 - Submissions
Unrepresented personal injury claims
COVID-19 Pandemic lead to removal of face-to-face / in person assessments which has impacted ability of Department to process claims effectively through current options.
Global wholesale energy costs, particularly gas and oil, have increased at unprecedented rates. This has resulted in significant increases in gas, home heating oil and electricity bills for households in NI.
Wind turbine Vicar's Cairn/ Passage Tomb
Abortion regulations and CEDAW
Child DLA to PIP statistics
Former Mackies site / Springfield Primary School
Debt Recovery Management staff
Casement Park expenditure
120 Coa Road, Woaghternerry, Enniskillen
Universal Credit COVID 19 temporary measures