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The independent research was commissioned to provide up to date and Northern Ireland specific evidence on the economic impact of introducing a Developer Contributions Scheme.
A composite evaluation framework has been developed to measure the impact of the implementation of Welfare Reform in NI. Underpinning this are project specific evaluation strategies that have been developed in order to measure the impact of each project. The impact
This booklet provides information on Universal Credit and the potential impacts on the population of Northern Ireland. It draws together analysis undertaken by Analytical Services Unit and other parts of the Department, to provide an evidence base for the changes.
This report contains findings from quantitative research aimed at providing information on the views and attitudes to work; budgeting and internet use of claimants who would be impacted by the transition to Universal Credit.
This report provides an overview of the satisfaction of CMS customers with a range of services offered by CMS. This research forms part of the 30 month review which meets the commitment to carry out a review of the impact of fees and charging.
Conditions of Entitlement | Assessment for PIP | Hospitals, Similar Institutions & Care Homes | Payability Exceptions | Transitional Provisions | Good Reason
Amounts & Part-Week Payments | Duration of Award | Effect of Work | Employed Earners | Self-Employed Earnings | Assessment Phase and Components | Sanctions | Transitions
This Inter-Departmental Homelessness Action Plan which was published in November 2017 has been developed to complement the Northern Ireland Housing Executive’s new Homelessness Strategy.
Money Laundering can impact on certain areas of governmental business. As a result, the Department has chosen to adhere to the principles behind the money laundering legislation through the development of a departmental Money Laundering Policy.
This booklet provides information on the changes to housing support under the proposed Welfare Reform Bill and the potential impact on the population of Northern Ireland. It draws together analysis undertaken by Analytical Services Unit and other parts of the Department,
The first phase of the Taskforce’s work has made use of available sources and the expertise of its members to investigate the impact of negative equity, repayment arrears and possessions in Northern Ireland.
This document is an addendum to previous analysis produced by the Department which outlined the Northern Ireland specific impacts of Summer Budget 2015 for benefit claimants (including Tax Credit claimants).
This report contains findings from research carried out to gain feedback about the level of service provided by Child Maintenance Choices. This research forms part of the 30 month review which meets the commitment to carry out a review of the impact of fees and charging.
This comprehensive publication provides teacher with a lot of detail about Carrickfergus Castle. It can be used at KS3 – The Impact of the Norman’s on the Medieval World.
This comprehensive publication provides teacher with a lot of detail about Dundrum Castle and includes a guided tour. It can be used at KS3 – The Impact of the Norman’s on the Medieval World.
To ask the Minister for Employment and Learning for his assessment of, and to provide available statistics on,the academic underachievement amongst Protestant working class communities in North Down.
To ask the Minister for Employment and Learning for his assessment of, and to provide available statistics on,the academic underachievement amongst Protestant working class communities in Upper Bann.
This document contains information on the administrative data sources used by the Housing team in the Department for Communities, Professional Services Unit (PSU), as well as quality assessments on each of them.
This guidance is for all healthcare professionals who complete medical (factual) reports for the Department for Communities (DfC) or their Assessment Providers. It gives advice on how patients can be supported through the sharing of information.