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An annual compendium of environmental indicators for 2021 covering seven key themes: Public Attitudes, Climate Change, Air, Water and Marine, Biodiversity and Land, Waste and Built Heritage.
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.
Northern Ireland to third country exports information
Details of indenture for Lough Erne
A list of every building or asset which DAERA owns which is over 100 years old
Goods which are banned from GB into NI under EU regulations
Provide a list of intensive farms (pig and poultry) in Northern Ireland with PPC permits
Information regarding the numbers of successful and unsuccessful FBIS Tier 2 applications under the RDP 2014-2020 split by calendar year and the highest, lowest and average grant awarded in each year
Request for information on the future plans for the building formerly used as a café/tea room at Tollymore Forest Park
Details of all spending over £500 on the Department Procurement Card for the 2020 Calendar year
The Sustainability for the Future - "DAERA’s Plan to 2050" has been approved by the DAERA Minister.
Since 16 May 2021, Export Declarations are required for some types of goods moving directly from Northern Ireland to Great Britain. These include goods containing F-gases and ODS.
Repairs to pier and rock armouring
A survey of marine turtles in Northern Irish waters was carried out between
Environmental Impact Assessment Public Register from April 2016-March 2021
Applying to the Small Woodland Scheme on your Single Application
DAERA-Divisional Veterinary Offices - Export Enquiries
API Developer Portal now live for traders to help support development of the Digital Assistance Scheme.
The FSDP was established as a strategic review of the opportunities for developing the sea fishing and seafood sectors in NI as a whole, including the potential role of new public investment in infrastructure.
Defra invites hospitality sector traders to experts' session on moving agri-food goods from Great Britain (GB) to Northern Ireland (NI) as the sector reopens from lockdown.