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Ministerial Advisory Group for Architecture and the Built Environment response to the DSD Consultation on Laganbank Quarter, Lisburn Development Scheme.
Ministerial Advisory Group for Architecture and the Built Environment - interim and final reports on civic stewardship techniques
The Castlereagh Urban Integrated Development Framework is a joint project undertaken on behalf of Castlereagh Borough Council and the Department.
DCAL Review of NI Screen - part of the departmental review of arm's length bodies.
Arts Council NI strategy document providing a framework for future development for the arts.
Local councils prompt payments report quarter ending September 2014
Changes to the off the shelf scheme, amendments to development & procurement guides
Revised changes to site registration process
Amendment to Existing Satisfactory Purchases & Off the shelf Schemes
Amendment to Finance Controls, Scheme Approvals & Privately financed Schemes
The objectives and timescales for the building successful communities initiative.
Statistics on attendance at museums and science centres by adults in Northern Ireland: findings from the 2013/14 Continuous Household Survey.
Information relating to DCAL's review of the Armagh Observatory and Pleanetarium 2014
The Ballynahinch town centre masterplan has been commissioned by the Department in partnership with Down District Council and has provided the format for taking a fresh look at the town so that key aspects of its social, physical and economic character can be understood and ap
Ministerial Advisory Group for Architecture and the Built Environment response to Belfast City Council Consultation on Draft Corporate Procurement Strategy.
Building Successful Communities presentation from September 2014 seminar
Empty homes are a wasted resource. Although addressing the empty homes problem cannot solve housing supply issues alone, they can be part of an holistic approach to providing local affordable housing and regenerating communities.
This masterplan sets out a vision for the future of the Greater Ballysillan Area of North Belfast.
Statistics on attendance at museums and science centres by young people in Northern Ireland: findings from the 2013 Young Persons' Behaviour and Attitudes Survey.
Publications include results of Social Security Agency (SSA) questions which have featured in the Northern Ireland Omnibus household survey since September 2012.