This is a Summary Report produced in addition to the Full Strategic Regulatory Impact Assessment. All further details and background are provided within the Full report.
The following are general licences governing personal imports of meat, meat products, milk and milk products into Northern Ireland.
Press article issued on 19 September 2009 highlighting safer cattle handling and understanding the behaviour to minimise risk of injury.
The Department of the Environment ran a module on public perceptions to climate change in the January 2009 Northern Ireland Omnibus survey. This report summarises people's attitudes towards climate change in Northern Ireland.
This paper describes the method for assessing upward trends in concentrations of pollutants and natural parameters in groundwater. It also sets out how we determine starting points for trend reversal.
This advice is intended to offer guidance for those carrying out Environmental Impact Assessments and preparing Environmental Statements in support of planning applications.
Table of the threshold values used for assessing groundwater chemical status.
This document provides advice and guidance in relation to importing reptiles, tortoises and snakes from GB or other Member states, as well as from non-EU countries.
Application form for Authorisation to Dispose of waste agrochemicals to land Under regulation 17 of The Groundwater Regulations (Northern Ireland) 1998.
This strategy document outlines the policy framework within which we will seek to promote and facilitate the recreational and social use of our forests right across the north.
Use body condition scoring to guide your feeding management pre-mating and throughout pregnancy.
DARD Evidence and Innovation Strategy 2009-2013 describes the overarching framework for all DARD funded research and development in the next 5-10 years to underpin evidence-based policy and delivery and also seeks to promote innovation in agri-food, farming, forestry and
Ewe productivity is the single most important factor influencing flock profitability. Today, the key challenge is to improve ewe productivity whilst at the same time reducing the need for human intervention.
These regulations set out the responsibilities of food business operators (including farmers of all types), the standards for premises, plant and product (which are required) and the control systems to be applied to ensure compliance with this legislation.
Why buy Northern Ireland cut flowers and foilage
This document provides information on the association between M. Bovis strain types in cattle herd and road-kill badgers in Northern Ireland
Strategic Environmental Assessment guidance document
This document provides guidance as to how implementing the Hazardous Waste Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2005 affects you
Use this application form and associated guidance document to register as a Polychlorinated Biphenyls (PCB) holder on an annual basis.
Guidance from the Department of Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs (DAERA) about the requirement for aquaculture production businesses to apply to DAERA for authorisation or registration.