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Following public consultation on a draft regeneration masterplan in 2012, this document sets out the Department’s final vision for Queen’s Quay.

Published 22 August 2013Development plan/framework

Ministerial Advisory Group for Architecture and the Built Environment response to the DRD Consultation - Proposed Road Races Amendment Bill. 

Published 31 July 2013Consultation reports

Ministerial Advisory Group for Architecture and the Built Environment response to the Farrell Review of Architecture and Built Environment - Call for Evidence Questions.

Published 31 July 2013Consultation reports

Ministerial Advisory Group for Architecture and the Built Environment response to the DSD Consultation - Design Guide for Travellers Sites in NI.

Published 31 July 2013Consultation reports

This document is MAG response to the Farrell review of architecture and the built environment which looks at lessons that can be learnt about the role of government in promoting and achieving design quality.

Published 19 July 2013Consultation reports

This Policy Framework sets out the Department's policy objectives for urban regeneration and community development in Northern Ireland for at least the next decade.

Published 01 July 2013Policy papers

Information relating to the measuring of the targets set in the public library standards 2014-19, measured from a variety of sources.

Published 28 June 2013Policy papers

A short tourist information leaflet for Derry city walls

Published 20 June 2013Guidance literature

Agenda and minutes for the sixth meeting of the Sport Matters Monitoring Group to be held on 21 November 2012.

Published 05 June 2013Agendas and minutes

Regular engagement with users enhances the value of the Northern Ireland Family Resources Survey. A FRS/HBAI User Group was set up to meet biannually to facilitate user engagement.

Published 31 May 2013Statistical reports

Statistics on attendance at museums and science centres by adults in Northern Ireland: findings from the 2011/12 Continuous Household Survey.

Published 30 May 2013Statistical reports

Statistics on attendance at live sports events: findings from the 2011/12 Continuous Household Survey.

Published 09 May 2013Statistical reports

The aim of the project was to examine the distribution of museums and science centres throughout Northern Ireland, mapped against deprivation, neighbourhood renewal, urban/rural areas and school provision.

Published 02 May 2013Research and analysis

This Guide on the principal provisions of the Order has been prepared by Social Policy Unit of the Department for Communities for the information and advice of club organisations.

Published 01 May 2013Legislation and regulations

Ministerial Advisory Group for Architecture and the Built Environment response to the DRD Consultation - Future Railway Investment. 

Published 30 April 2013Consultation reports

A document that records all the comments submitted and a bilingual (English | Irish) report on the findings from the public consultation on a draft strategy for the Irish language. The consultation was held from 11 July to 27 November 2012.

Published 30 April 2013Consultation reports

A report on the findings from the public consultation on a draft strategy for Ulster-Scots Language, Heritage and Culture, and a document that records all the comments submitted. The consultation was held from 11 July to 27 November 2012.

Published 30 April 2013Consultation reports

Summary evaluation report based on evaluations submitted by Councils regarding Community Festivals Fund outcomes.

Published 19 April 2013Corporate reports

This report provides a sound basis for ensuring that bureaucracy in grant administration is proportional, without compromising governance and control.

Published 01 April 2013Corporate reports

DfC's Ministerial Advisory Group for Architecture and the Built Environment, Design Review documentation.

Published 31 March 2013Consultation reports

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