This annual report on the operation of the Social Fund, was laid before the Northern Ireland Assembly in accordance with section 146(5) and (6) of the Social Security Administration (Northern Ireland) Act 1992.
This Statistical Fact Sheet, which is published three times a year (along with a more detailed annual bulletin), presents key information on employment vacancies which have been notified to the Department for Communities (DfC).
The fact sheet provides a quarterly overview of the performance and composition of the Fund for the three months ending 31 December 2019.
Redundancy factsheets for employers and employees
A book for owners of listed buildings which describes and gives advice on the practical issues shared by owners of listed buildings – individuals and groups who play a vital part in managing our collective history.
The Department for Communities (DfC) is committed to supporting the provision of art and cultural activities and events in Belfast City Centre.
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.
This report is the third to be produced by the Historic Monuments Council. It follows the format of the second report, which covered the 2009-2012 term of the Council.
This statutory rule is a technical Order giving effect to a statutory requirement to specify the percentage that will be used to revalue the “protected payment” element of a new State pension for persons who reach State Pension age on or after 7 April 2020.
This statutory rule allows for the revaluation of new State Pension scheme pension credits and debits that arise when a Pension Sharing Order is made by the courts where divorce proceedings commence from 6 April 2016.
A list of the days in 2020 for hoisting flags on government buildings in Northern Ireland.
The Department for Communities (DfC) has an obligation to decide on entitlement to benefit, discharge and issue payment on time. DfC’s Method of Payment policy is to make benefits or pension payments directly into a standard account.
This policy relates to the provision of a free debt advice service to support over-indebted people in Northern Ireland.
Líofa’s Gaeltacht Bursary Scheme provides practical support to Líofa participants.
The number of decisions which have not been taken due to the absence of a Minister
The Department’s most up to date arrangements in advance of Brexit
Information on the decision to sell a plot of land in Ballee to Green Pastures Church
Information about the Department’s governance arrangements with the N.Ireland Housing Executive
The number and a list of Departmental decisions awaiting Ministerial approval