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The Strategic Review of Angling in Northern Ireland (NI) report was published in 2013 and was commissioned and advised by a steering group comprised of the following organisations:
New bans in Northern Ireland legislation came into force on 1st January 2022. These may affect businesses if they use commercial refrigeration equipment.
The public consultation was conducted during the period 30th November 2020 and 31st March 2021. The Department has summarised the comments received in the synopsis report below.
This Guide explains the rules of the Basic Payment Scheme (BPS) and the Protein Crops Scheme. You are advised to read it before completing your Single Application (SA).
Information on the quantities of local authority collected municipal waste collected and managed in Northern Ireland.
This report provides both summary and detailed figures on the amount of local authority collected municipal waste in Northern Ireland in the latest reporting year, as well as trend data over the last number of years.
Application for a certificate for the export of Germplasm to be used when EHCs are not available from the Form Finder.
These documents provide useful advice and guidance in relation to the export of cervids to the EU for breeding and production or for slaughter and have been updated to take account of the Animal Health Law Regulation for EU Trade, which came into effect 11 October 2021.
Regulation (EU) 2016/429 (The Animal Health Law) requires operators of all Aquaculture Establishments to be registered or approved with the Competent Authority (DAERA) before they commence activities.
Animal Health Law and Delegated and Implementing Tertiary Legislation and Official Controls Legislation.
DAERA dashboard showing some of the environmental impacts of COVID-19 lockdown on a variety of metrics. These metrics are not the only aspects of the environment impacted by the lockdown. Nor are all key metrics included.
The FSA has published new guidance on moving composite products into Northern Ireland.
The Department's Plant Health Inspection Branch prints seed potato labels (also known as plant passports) for the local industry.
The purpose of this report is to inform central government, district councils, the general public and any other interested parties as to the number and nature of noise complaints received each year by district councils across Northern Ireland.
Full details of measures required within the Avian Influenza Prevention Zone.
aPVP Notes for Guidance
The Department of Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs (“the Department”) has carried out a risk assessment in accordance with the provisions of regulation 6(1) of the Avian Influenza and Influenza of Avian Origin in Mammals Regulations (Northern Ireland) 200
Appointment of a Northern Ireland Non-Executive Member to the Office for Environmental Protection - Application Form and Guidance
Carrier Bag Levy Consultation Results