The total number of appeals registered during the year to which this report relates was 9197, of which 1021 were monitored.
The Development Guide has been amended to provide an update to Scheme Approval – Band 3 – Other schemes: New Build/Re-improvement/Rehabilitation/Supported Housing/Works Only
The Development Guide has been amended to provide an update to Calculating Grant – Total Cost Indicators (TCI) Summary.
Statistics on participation in sport: findings from the 2018/19 Continuous Household Survey.
The Benefit Cap is a limit on the total amount of benefit that working-age people can receive. From 31 May 2016, the amount a household could receive in benefit income was limited to £26,000 per annum.
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) JobCentres / Jobs &a
This report gives detailed information on progress on the standard of decision making within the Child Maintenance Service.
The fact sheet provides a quarterly overview of the performance and composition of the Fund for the three months ending 30 September 2019.
Sample PIP form and information booklet
Statistics on experience of volunteering: findings from the 2018/19 Continuous Household Survey.
Personal Independence Payment (PIP) is a new benefit designed to help people with long-term health conditions or disabilities live more independently by supporting those in greatest need.
Personal Independence Payment (PIP) has replaced Living Allowance for people of working age – 16 to 64 years old.
Changes affecting benefit related decisions notified on or after 23 May 2016.
Supplementary Payments have been introduced in Northern Ireland to help reduce the financial impact of the changes to the welfare system.
Help towards some of the extra costs you might have because of a long-term health condition or disability.
Personal Independence Payment is a new benefit replacing Disability Living Allowance for people aged 16 to 64 years. Personal Independence Payment and Disability Living Allowance cannot be claimed at the same time.
Personal Independence Payment is a new benefit replacing Disability Living Allowance for people aged 16 to 64 years.
A quick guide for advisors when making a Personal Independence Payment (PIP) claim on behalf of someone who is terminally ill (who has less than six months to live) to allow them to get help quickly when they claim PIP.
The Department’s Community Empowerment Division organised and facilitated a round of stakeholder engagement events between October and December 2018 at venues across Northern Ireland; with two in Belfast, and one each in Derry/Londonderry, Ballymena, Portadown and Omagh.
This page contains the Area Analysis Report and Forum Meeting Minutes on the Lower Oldpark & Hillview pilot area within Building Successful Communities.