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Ministerial Advisory Group for Architecture and the Built Environment response to the DOE Consultation - Draft Planning Policy Statement 21 - Sustainable Development in the Countryside. 

Published 31 March 2009Consultation reportsDepartment for Communities

Families matter: Supporting families in Northern Ireland. Regional family and parenting strategy - March 2009
 

Published 31 March 2009Guidance literatureDepartment of Health

The Ards & Down Area Plan 2015 and Adoption Statement may be downloaded using the links below. Please refer to the Map Library for appropriate settlement maps.

Published 30 March 2009Development plan/frameworkDepartment for Infrastructure

Ards and Down Area Plan 2015 maps in relation to Towns within Ards Borough are available to view below. Please note that maps cannot be printed due to copyright restrictions. 

Published 30 March 2009Development plan/frameworkDepartment for Infrastructure

Click on the relevant link below to view map. Please note that maps cannot be printed due to copyright restrictions. 

Published 30 March 2009Development plan/frameworkDepartment for Infrastructure

Ards and Down Area Plan 2015 maps in relation to Small Settlements within Ards Borough are available to view below. Please click on the relevant link to view map.

Published 30 March 2009Development plan/frameworkDepartment for Infrastructure

Ards and Down Area Plan 2015 maps in relation to the Countryside  within Ards Borough are available to view below. Please note that maps cannot be printed due to copyright restrictions. 

Published 30 March 2009Development plan/frameworkDepartment for Infrastructure

Ards and Down Area Plan 2015 maps in relation to Ramsar Sites, Special Protection Areas (SPA) and Special Areas of Conservation (SAC) are available to view below.

Published 30 March 2009MapsDepartment for Infrastructure

Ards and Down Area Plan 2015 maps in relation to Sites of Local Nature Conservation Importance (SLNCI) designations are available to view below.

Published 30 March 2009MapsDepartment for Infrastructure

The Ards and Down Area Plan 2015 Appropriate Assessment Report and associated maps is available to view below. 

Published 30 March 2009Impact assessmentsDepartment for Infrastructure

An Equality Impact Assessment was carried out in respect of the Ards and Down Area Plan 2015.

Published 30 March 2009Development plan/frameworkDepartment for Infrastructure

This quarterly bulletin presents information on vehicle registrations, vehicle and driver testing, use of public transport and deliveries of petroleum in Northern Ireland.

Published 26 March 2009Statistical reportsDepartment for Infrastructure

The Conservation Plan for Derry’s City Walls was prepared by Alastair Coey Architects, appointed in October 2005.

Published 26 March 2009Independent reportsDepartment for Communities

Guidance document detailing the environmental best practice for archaeological excavations with regard to noise, water, waste, dust, emissions and odours, ground contamination and wildlife and natural features.

Published 25 March 2009Guidance literatureDepartment for Communities

Guidance booklet on the conservation of scheduled masonry monuments.

Published 25 March 2009Guidance literatureDepartment for Communities

The Department of Education’s policy on supporting newcomer pupils in school.

Published 25 March 2009Policy papersDepartment of Education

Evaluation of Springvale Community Outreach Initiative (SCOI) Report.

Published 25 March 2009Research and analysisDepartment for the Economy

Varieties of local produced cut flowers

Published 25 March 2009Guidance literatureDepartment of Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs

The selection criteria used when carrying out a scientific survey to determine if land should be declared as an Area of Special Scientific Interest (ASSI)

Published 25 March 2009Guidance literatureDepartment of Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs

The volume and range of cut foliage species used in the cut flower market has significantly increased with many of these species being woody garden plants.

Published 23 March 2009Guidance literatureDepartment of Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs

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