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The Laganbank Quarter development scheme document sets out the Department’s proposals for the redevelopment of the Laganbank Quarter area of the City of Lisburn.
Ministerial Advisory Group for Architecture and the Built Environment response to the DFP Consultation on Rating Policy Proposals - Commercial Window Displays.
Strategy to Enhance and Protect the Development of the Irish Language 2015-2035.
Strategy to Enhance and Develop the Ulster-Scots Language, Heritage and Culture 2015-2035.
The following reports are based on research commissioned by the Department’s Voluntary and Community Unit (VCU) and carried out by ASU to collect information to estimate volunteering levels throughout NI.
This Statistical Fact Sheet, which is published three times a year (along with a more detailed annual bulletin), presents key information on job vacancies which have been notified to the Department for Employment and Learning (DEL) JobCentre/Jobs and Benefits Offices (J&BO
Local government circular LG 03/15 - Local government ICT systems convergence
Local government circular LG 02/15 - Ethical standards framework - apportionment of costs
Guidance on the statutory requirements that the Department of Environment have to meet to preserve and maintain canals within Northern Ireland.
Ministerial Advisory Group for Architecture and the Built Environment response to the draft corporate plan from Fermanagh and Omagh Council.
Ministerial Advisory Group for Architecture and the Built Environment response to the DOE consultations on Planning Reform & Transfer to Local Government.
This is MAG's response to the consultation on the draft Corporate Plan to deliver urban and rural regeneration published by Fermanagh and Omagh Council
Amendment to Development & Housing Management guide forms
Amendment to Scheme Approvals, Design Standards & Calculating Grant
Amendment to Housing Quality Indicators (HQI)
This is the twenty-sixth annual report on the operation of the Social Fund, and it is laid before the Northern Ireland Assembly in accordance with section 146(5) and (6) of the Social Security Administration (Northern Ireland) Act 1992.
The core purpose of the Office of the Social Fund Commissioner (OSFC) is to deliver independent reviews of discretionary Social Fund decisions made in the Social Security Agency.
The fifth progress report by the Sport Matters Implementation Group for the period October 2013 to September 2014.
This guidance which is issued by the Department to the Northern Ireland Housing Executive (“the Executive”) is intended to help the Executive in dealing with anti-social behaviour which affects or involves its tenants.
This report provdes secondary analysis of the 'Work and Welfare system: a survey of benefits and tax credits recipients in Northern Ireland'; focusing on Lone Parents who are potential Universal Credit claimants.