The aim of the Ballymena town centre masterplan is to identify how the full regeneration potential of the town centre area could be realised and provide a basis to ensure the best possible delivery of this potential.
Progress report on the work of the Ministerial Advisory Group for Architecture and the Built Environment.
Evaluation of the DEL research agenda 2004-07.
The Ballycastle development strategy will articulate a vision of Ballycastle over the next ten to fifteen years, highlighting how its distinctive strengths should be safeguarded and be central to the future of the town as well as outlining opportunities for development in the
This report documents the process, findings and proposals of the Armagh city centre masterplan. It critically analyses the City to identify key issues for consideration, followed by the articulation of a Vision for its future development.
Ministerial Advisory Group for Architecture and the Built Environment response to the DOE Consultation - Draft Planning Policy Statement 21 - Sustainable Development in the Countryside.
The Conservation Plan for Derry’s City Walls was prepared by Alastair Coey Architects, appointed in October 2005.
Guidance document detailing the environmental best practice for archaeological excavations with regard to noise, water, waste, dust, emissions and odours, ground contamination and wildlife and natural features.
Guidance booklet on the conservation of scheduled masonry monuments.
Guidance booklet on how to deal with vegetation on historic masonry monuments.
Built heritage technical guidance note 350 on signs and signwriting.
Customer service principles.
The Omagh town centre masterplan is a non-statutory document intended to inform the regeneration decisions of the Department, the local Council and other key stakeholders in the town.
HB memos contain further guidance on the interpretation of legislation to Housing Benefit and should be read in conjunction with the Housing Benefit Decision Makers Guide.
In February 2008, Deloitte MCS Ltd was commissioned by the Department for Employment and Learning to undertake a joint interim evaluation of the Employment Service Delivery Model, Steps to Work and Pathways to Work for Lone Parents project.
The Statistical bulletins provide key statistical information for the New Deal 18 to 24 year olds programmes in Northern Ireland.
The Statistical bulletins provide key statistical information for the New Deal 25+ programmes in Northern Ireland.
This document demonstrates how the EU recast directive has been transposed into Northern Ireland law.
A feedback form for customers of The Appeals Service.
The Department for Employment and Learning commissioned consultants KPMG, in association with Ipsos-MORI, to undertake a survey of customers who had recently participated in the New Deal for 18 to 24 year olds and New Deal 25+ programmes in Northern Ireland.