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This information is drawn from the Annual Population Survey, which uses data from the Labour Force Survey.
The document attached provides a list of the standard conditions of offer. These provide an indication of the types of conditions that projects which receive an offer of grant aid must adhere to.
A project may have a positive, neutral or a negative effect on the environment. This can occur during the construction or operational phase of a project.
ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA and ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT PRIORITIES
Water Quality Improvement Strand 2020-21 Guidance notes
Water Quality Improvement Strand 2020-21 application form
Rapid Response Contingency Plans
Local Council Contact Details
Appointment of Chair and 4 Members to the Board of Northern Ireland Fishery Harbour Authority (NIFHA)
Social Farming Capital Grant Scheme 2020
The following documents outline guidance and the respective fees that apply when applying for a 'complex exemption' under the Waste Management Licensing Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2003.
Equestrian competition or events coming up.
Application for Field Boundary (Hedge) Removal
This programme encompasses a range of policies and actions which will be beneficial to the environment and the economy.
A copy of questions from members of the AERA Committee to DAERA on the Covid-19 updates provided on 18 June 2020, 24 June 2020 and 1 July 2020 are available to download below.
The Department of Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs collates milk quality statistics on behalf of the Northern Ireland dairy industry. These are based on returns made by milk purchasers to the Department.
The Labour Force Survey (LFS) is a UK wide continuous household survey carried out in Northern Ireland by Central Survey Unit, NISRA.
This data is drawn from the Northern Ireland Health and Social Care Inequalities Monitoring System (HSCIMS), developed by Information Analysis Directorate (IAD) within the Department of Health (DoH). The HSCIMS was established in 2002.
The source of this information is the survey of school leavers conducted by the Department of Education . Data is collected annually on qualifications and destinations of all Northern Ireland pupils leaving grant aided mainstream post primary schools.
This data is drawn from information collected for the Northern Ireland Residential Property Price Index, which is published by the Northern Ireland Land and Property Services assisted by the Northern Ireland Statistics & Research Agency.