The table below summarises the requests received by the Department during 2018 which are considered to be of wider public interest.
To read the Department's response to each request click on the DAERA reference number.
|Date received||Summary of information requested||DAERA reference number|
Details in relation to new Westminster legislation and Northern Ireland Office (NIO) guidance aimed at clarifying the powers of civil servants in the absence of devolved ministers for the period from August 2018 to present.
|07/09/2018||Staffing numbers in Ballykelly House and Forest Service Enniskillen HQ||DAERA/2018-0261|
Information on the numbers of successful FBIS Tier 2 applications & the amount of grant committed to the successful applicants.
1) How many outstanding decisions or "cross-cutting" decisions does your department have that require ministerial approval?
2) Where possible, can you further specify the precise details of any such decisions and what they are regarding.
|02/08/2018||How much did DAERA spend on tackling air pollution in 2015/16, 2016/17 and 2017/18? And what projects was this funding allocated to?||DAERA/2018-0230|
|24/07/2018||Please confirm the number and type of dangerous animals that are kept under license as pets in Northen Ireland?
|09/07/2018||A breakdown of information relating to every FOI request made to DAERA from 1st October 2017 to 31st March 2018||DAERA/2018-0196|
The business case supporting the installation of the fence at Ballyquintin point, costs and any environmental studies that accompanied it.
|04/05/2018||Information in relation to the use of Ministerial cars||DAERA/2018-0120|
|21/04/2018||Information on silt sampling from Lough Neagh||DAERA/2018-0105|
The total amount Balcas has paid to the DAERA in exchange for wood / timber sourced from DAERA property over the last six years?
Copies of all consents, permits or licences in connection with Dalradian Goldmine. These will include, but not be limited to:
|13/04/2018||All material held by the department about the resignation of Andrew Crawford as SpAD in January 2017.||DAERA/2018-0089|