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Local Government Bill - explanatory and financial memorandum (Paperback): Northern Ireland. Northern Ireland Assembly Local Government Bill - explanatory and financial memorandum (Paperback)
Northern Ireland. Northern Ireland Assembly
R137 Discovery Miles 1 370 Special order

This Memorandum refers to the Local Government Bill (Northern Ireland) 2013 at Further Consideration Stage in the Northern Ireland Assembly on 1 April 2014, (Bill 28/11-15, ISBN 9780339208056)

Standing Orders - [Northern Ireland Assembly], [June 2012 Amendments] (Loose-leaf): Northern Ireland. Northern Ireland Assembly Standing Orders - [Northern Ireland Assembly], [June 2012 Amendments] (Loose-leaf)
Northern Ireland. Northern Ireland Assembly
R87 Discovery Miles 870 Special order

Amendments to May 2011 edition (ISBN 9780339403574)

Civil Service (Special Advisers) Bill - notice of amendments tabled on 10 April 2013 for further consideration stage... Civil Service (Special Advisers) Bill - notice of amendments tabled on 10 April 2013 for further consideration stage (Paperback)
Northern Ireland. Northern Ireland Assembly
R94 Discovery Miles 940 Special order

Amendments tabled up to 9.30am Thursday, 11 April 2013 and selected for debate

Insolvency (Amendment) Bill - explanatory and financial memorandum (Paperback): Northern Ireland. Northern Ireland Assembly Insolvency (Amendment) Bill - explanatory and financial memorandum (Paperback)
Northern Ireland. Northern Ireland Assembly
R112 Discovery Miles 1 120 Special order

This Memorandum refers to the Insolvency (Amendment) Bill as introduced in the Northern Ireland Assembly on 7 October 2014 (Bill 39/11-16) (ISBN 9780339208254)

Standing Orders - [Northern Ireland Assembly], [November 2011 Amendments] (Loose-leaf): Northern Ireland. Northern Ireland... Standing Orders - [Northern Ireland Assembly], [November 2011 Amendments] (Loose-leaf)
Northern Ireland. Northern Ireland Assembly
R186 Discovery Miles 1 860 Special order

Amendments to May 2011 edition (ISBN 9780339403574)

Food and Hygiene Rating Bill - (As Introduced) (Paperback): Northern Ireland. Northern Ireland Assembly Food and Hygiene Rating Bill - (As Introduced) (Paperback)
Northern Ireland. Northern Ireland Assembly
R100 Discovery Miles 1 000 Special order

A Bill to provide for the operation of a food hygiene rating scheme in Northern Ireland. An explanatory and financial memorandum is available separately as NIA Bill 41/11-16-EFM (ISBN 9780339208384)

Report on the transfer of former military and security sites to the Northern Ireland Executive and Ilex accounts 2010-2011 -... Report on the transfer of former military and security sites to the Northern Ireland Executive and Ilex accounts 2010-2011 - together with the minutes of proceedings of the Committee relating to the report and the minutes of evidence, ninth report (Paperback)
Northern Ireland Northern Ireland Assembly Public Accounts Committee; Contributions by Paul Maskey
R510 Discovery Miles 5 100 Special order

This report raises concerns over the regeneration and redevelopment of six former military and security sites that were gifted in 2003 to the Office of the First Minister/deputy First Minister (OFMDFM) who have spent GBP62 million to date preparing the sites for redevelopment by either private companies or government bodies. Regenerating sites such as those at the Maze/Long Kesh, Ebrington Barracks and Crumlin Road Gaol is a long term process; however, progress on their economic and social redevelopment has been disappointingly slow. In terms of sites released for private development, the Committee had particular concerns about the sale of the Malone Barracks. The Department could have received far more than the GBP3.8 million actually realised, had it received better advice from Land and Property Services (LPS) and had it not rushed into selling this valuable site. Nor were the Department or LPS aware that the purchaser of the Malone Road site was acting on behalf of another developer. It is also very clear that sales of land and buildings should be conducted through sealed bids opened in the presence of public sector officials representing the Department or public body disposing of the asset. The sale process must be both transparent and well documented. The Committee was also concerned the Department could not make use of the GBP870,000 achieved from the sale of the Magherafelt site to the North Eastern Education and Library Board (NEELB); and it is alarmed that the Department is unable to definitively state that the GBP870,000 has not been lost to the Northern Ireland taxpayer

Inquiry into careers education, information, advice and guidance in Northern Ireland - first report, together with the minutes... Inquiry into careers education, information, advice and guidance in Northern Ireland - first report, together with the minutes of proceedings of the Committee relating to the report, the minutes of evidence and written submissions, Vol. 3: [Other papers; correspondence; Inquiry survey findings] (Paperback)
Northern Ireland Northern Ireland Assembly Committee for Employment and Learning; Contributions by Robin Swann
R975 Discovery Miles 9 750 Special order

Compulsory career classes, greater input from business and a statutory footing for careers advice are among the recommendations contained in this report from the Committee for Employment and Learning. There is an abundance of information pointing to: both systemic and specific examples of poor careers provision; evidence of inconsistency in careers provision across Northern Ireland; evidence of a lack of information and that what information is available is difficult to digest; suggestions that schools and colleges, to protect their own enrolments, do not advise students of the full range of options available to them; and a lack of joined up thinking across the education and employment sectors to have a workforce ready for the economy of tomorrow. Recommendations cover: a statutory duty and developing a consistent approach; the role of the curriculum and examples of good practice; overcoming barriers; promoting STEM (science, technology, engineering and maths) subjects; providing information; engaging with business; improving advice.

Financial Provisions Bill - (as amended at consideration stage) (Paperback): Northern Ireland. Northern Ireland Assembly Financial Provisions Bill - (as amended at consideration stage) (Paperback)
Northern Ireland. Northern Ireland Assembly
R75 Discovery Miles 750 Special order

A memorandum that refers to the Financial Provisions Bill as introduced in the Northern Ireland Assembly on 3 November 2009 (Bill 6/08).

Report on the Inquiry into Flexible Working in the Public Sector in Northern Ireland - other Papers, eleventh report... Report on the Inquiry into Flexible Working in the Public Sector in Northern Ireland - other Papers, eleventh report (Paperback)
Northern Ireland. Northern Ireland Assembly. Committee for Finance and Personnel; Contributions by Daitha McKay
R920 Discovery Miles 9 200 Special order

The Inquiry aimed to investigate how flexible working practices could be implemented successfully and used strategically for maximum benefit and efficiency in the public sector in Northern Ireland. While the Inquiry examined the full range of flexible working options, including flexible time working, there was a particular focus on the further opportunities for flexible location working, such as working from hub/satellite offices, mobile working and sharing office space. Evidence confirmed the potential benefits of flexible working, whether for the employer, the employee, the economy, the environment or society generally. These include, for example: reduced office accommodation costs; increased productivity; better work-life balance; improved staff morale and commitment; reduced staff turnover and absenteeism; promotion of gender equality in employment; reduced levels of economic inactivity; and environmental benefits. It is more a question of how rather than whether flexible working practices should be applied. For the benefits to be fully realised in the public sector in Northern Ireland, there is a need for the Executive to take a strategic and coordinated policy approach rather than piecemeal application, especially in relation to the flexible location of work. It is evident that the greatest challenge is in gaining commitment at the top level of management. Given that technological, social, economic and environmental drivers will force change in any event, government must now take the opportunity to fully embrace flexible working in order to harness its potential. The Inquiry findings and recommendations aim to inform the Department and the wider Executive in taking the necessary steps towards this outcome

Report on the Public Service Pensions Bill (NIA Bill 23/11-15) - together with the minutes of proceedings of the Committee... Report on the Public Service Pensions Bill (NIA Bill 23/11-15) - together with the minutes of proceedings of the Committee relating to the report, memoranda and minutes of evidence, ninth report (Paperback)
Northern Ireland. Northern Ireland Assembly. Committee for Finance and Personnel; Contributions by Daitha McKay
R654 Discovery Miles 6 540 Special order

Report 149/11-15 (Committee for Finance and Personnel). On cover: Mandate 2011-2015. The Public Service Pensions Bill (NIA Bill 23/11-15, ISBN 9780339207288) and the accompanying Explanatory financial memorandum (NIA Bill 23/11-15 EFM, ISBN 9780339207295) are available separately

Report on the Inquiry into Flexible Working in the Public Sector in Northern Ireland - Other Papers (Continued) and Assembly... Report on the Inquiry into Flexible Working in the Public Sector in Northern Ireland - Other Papers (Continued) and Assembly Research Papers, Eleventh Report (Paperback)
Northern Ireland. Northern Ireland Assembly. Committee for Finance and Personnel; Contributions by Daitha McKay
R957 Discovery Miles 9 570 Special order

The Inquiry aimed to investigate how flexible working practices could be implemented successfully and used strategically for maximum benefit and efficiency in the public sector in Northern Ireland. While the Inquiry examined the full range of flexible working options, including flexible time working, there was a particular focus on the further opportunities for flexible location working, such as working from hub/satellite offices, mobile working and sharing office space. Evidence confirmed the potential benefits of flexible working, whether for the employer, the employee, the economy, the environment or society generally. These include, for example: reduced office accommodation costs; increased productivity; better work-life balance; improved staff morale and commitment; reduced staff turnover and absenteeism; promotion of gender equality in employment; reduced levels of economic inactivity; and environmental benefits. It is more a question of how rather than whether flexible working practices should be applied. For the benefits to be fully realised in the public sector in Northern Ireland, there is a need for the Executive to take a strategic and coordinated policy approach rather than piecemeal application, especially in relation to the flexible location of work. It is evident that the greatest challenge is in gaining commitment at the top level of management. Given that technological, social, economic and environmental drivers will force change in any event, government must now take the opportunity to fully embrace flexible working in order to harness its potential. The Inquiry findings and recommendations aim to inform the Department and the wider Executive in taking the necessary steps towards this outcome

Human Trafficking and Exploitation (Criminal Justice and Support for Victims) Bill - (As Amended at Consideration Stage)... Human Trafficking and Exploitation (Criminal Justice and Support for Victims) Bill - (As Amended at Consideration Stage) (Paperback)
Northern Ireland. Northern Ireland Assembly
R186 Discovery Miles 1 860 Special order

An explanatory and financial memorandum is available separately as NIA Bill 26/11-15-EFM (ISBN 9780339208377)

Reservoirs Bill - Marshalled List of Amendments Consideration Stage Tuesday 28 April 2015 (Paperback): Northern Ireland.... Reservoirs Bill - Marshalled List of Amendments Consideration Stage Tuesday 28 April 2015 (Paperback)
Northern Ireland. Northern Ireland Assembly
R161 Discovery Miles 1 610 Special order
Report on Managing Criminal Legal Aid - First Report Session 2011/2012, Together with the Minutes of Proceedings of the... Report on Managing Criminal Legal Aid - First Report Session 2011/2012, Together with the Minutes of Proceedings of the Committee Relating to the Report and the Minutes of Evidence (Paperback)
Northern Ireland Northern Ireland Assembly Public Accounts Committee; Contributions by Paul Maskey
R296 Discovery Miles 2 960 Special order

Providing criminal legal aid in Northern Ireland comes at a significant price and since 2001, it has cost the taxpayer some 400 million pounds. Unlike most other public services, criminal legal aid is a demand-led service and the budget is not cash-limited. It is delivered exclusively by the private sector, making it all the more important that it is managed and controlled properly. The Northern Ireland Legal Services Commission (the Commission) was set up in 2003 to control expenditure and implement a programme of reform by autumn 2007 that would lead to tangible cost savings. However, it has delivered neither of these objectives. The reform programme remains significantly behind schedule and those reforms that relate specifically to criminal legal aid will not be implemented fully until 2013 at the earliest. The Committee considers that no one has emerged with credit from this review. The architects of the system, including some of the witnesses before the Committee, have much to answer for. The Department, and its predecessors, are ultimately responsible for the inherently flawed design of the system; Court Service put in place a series of defective remuneration schemes; the Commission is responsible for the administration of the system, but has not demonstrated the capacity to do so successfully; and the legal profession has exploited the loopholes within the system. The Committee acknowledges the measures being taken to bring spending under control, but much more needs to be done and at a quicker pace. The Department has estimated that there are 300 cases with an estimated value of GBP22 million still to be processed under the old remuneration schemes. These must be subject to much stricter scrutiny than in the past. The Committee considers that the fees paid to legal practitioners must be reasonable; claims for payment should not be made unless they are supported by the appropriate documentation; and strong control mechanisms must be put in place to ensure that value for money is achieved. The Committee is not convinced by some of the assurances given by the Department that planned changes will make a difference in the near future. Further delays to much needed reforms are not acceptable. The Committee intends to monitor developments on a regular basis to ensure that timely progress is made. There are 9 recommendations by the Committee.

Report on the Committee's inquiry into wind energy - seventh report session 2011/2016, Vol. 7: Other papers submitted to... Report on the Committee's inquiry into wind energy - seventh report session 2011/2016, Vol. 7: Other papers submitted to the Committee and list of witnesses (Paperback)
Northern Ireland Northern Ireland Assembly Committee for the Environment; Contributions by Anna Lo
R616 Discovery Miles 6 160 Special order
Pensions Bill - (As Amended at Consideration Stage) (Paperback): Northern Ireland. Northern Ireland Assembly Pensions Bill - (As Amended at Consideration Stage) (Paperback)
Northern Ireland. Northern Ireland Assembly
R244 Discovery Miles 2 440 Special order
Report on the investigation into allegations made in the BBC Spotlight Programme broadcast on 7 January 2010 - together with... Report on the investigation into allegations made in the BBC Spotlight Programme broadcast on 7 January 2010 - together with the Report of the Assembly Commissioner for Standards, other evidence considered by the Committee and the Minutes of Proceedings of the Committee, thirteenth report (Paperback)
Northern Ireland Northern Ireland Assembly Committee on Standards and Privileges; Contributions by Alastair Ross
R535 Discovery Miles 5 350 Special order

On cover: Mandate 2011/16. Report 191/11-16 (Committee on Standards and Privileges)

Inquiry into allegations, arising from a BBC NI Spotlight programme aired on 3 July 2013, of impropriety or irregularity... Inquiry into allegations, arising from a BBC NI Spotlight programme aired on 3 July 2013, of impropriety or irregularity relating to NIHE managed contracts and consideration of any resulting actions - Phase 2 - eleventh report session 2011/2016, Vol. 2: Supplementary evidence (Paperback)
Northern Ireland: Northern Ireland Assembly: Committee for Social Development; Contributions by Alex Maskey
R710 Discovery Miles 7 100 Special order
Off-street Parking (Functions of District Councils) Bill - explanatory and financial memorandum (Paperback): Northern Ireland.... Off-street Parking (Functions of District Councils) Bill - explanatory and financial memorandum (Paperback)
Northern Ireland. Northern Ireland Assembly
R94 Discovery Miles 940 Special order

This Memorandum refers to the Off-street Parking (Functions of District Councils) Bill as introduced in the Northern Ireland Assembly on 13 October 2014 (Bill 40/11-16, ISBN 9780339208278)

Report on the Marine Bill - second report session 2011-2015, [report] together with the minutes of proceedings, minutes of... Report on the Marine Bill - second report session 2011-2015, [report] together with the minutes of proceedings, minutes of evidence and written wubmissions relating to the report (Paperback)
Northern Ireland Northern Ireland Assembly Committee for the Environment; Contributions by Anna Lo
R598 Discovery Miles 5 980 Special order

This report sets out the Committee for the Environment's consideration of the the Marine Bill (ISBN 9780339206243)

Inquiry into careers education, information, advice and guidance in Northern Ireland - first report, together with the minutes... Inquiry into careers education, information, advice and guidance in Northern Ireland - first report, together with the minutes of proceedings of the Committee relating to the report, the minutes of evidence and written submissions, Vol. 1: [Report; minutes of proceedings; minutes of evidence] (Paperback)
Northern Ireland Northern Ireland Assembly Committee for Employment and Learning; Contributions by Robin Swann
R651 Discovery Miles 6 510 Special order

Compulsory career classes, greater input from business and a statutory footing for careers advice are among the recommendations contained in this report from the Committee for Employment and Learning. There is an abundance of information pointing to: both systemic and specific examples of poor careers provision; evidence of inconsistency in careers provision across Northern Ireland; evidence of a lack of information and that what information is available is difficult to digest; suggestions that schools and colleges, to protect their own enrolments, do not advise students of the full range of options available to them; and a lack of joined up thinking across the education and employment sectors to have a workforce ready for the economy of tomorrow. Recommendations cover: a statutory duty and developing a consistent approach; the role of the curriculum and examples of good practice; overcoming barriers; promoting STEM (science, technology, engineering and maths) subjects; providing information; engaging with business; improving advice.

Health and Social Care (Amendment) Bill - (as introduced) (Paperback): Northern Ireland. Northern Ireland Assembly Health and Social Care (Amendment) Bill - (as introduced) (Paperback)
Northern Ireland. Northern Ireland Assembly
R75 Discovery Miles 750 Special order

The Bill amends the Reform Act to reflect the purpose for which the Regional Business Services Organisation was established (i.e. to provide support services to all departmental arm's length bodies and to administer health and social care functions on behalf of the Department of Health, Social Services and Public Safety).

Report on the Committee's inquiry into wind energy - seventh report session 2011/2016, Vol. 4: Written submissions... Report on the Committee's inquiry into wind energy - seventh report session 2011/2016, Vol. 4: Written submissions relating to the report (Paperback)
Northern Ireland Northern Ireland Assembly Committee for the Environment; Contributions by Anna Lo
R1,035 Discovery Miles 10 350 Special order
Report on PSNI - use of agency staff, together with the minutes of proceedings of the Committee relating to the report and the... Report on PSNI - use of agency staff, together with the minutes of proceedings of the Committee relating to the report and the minutes of evidence, twentieth report (Paperback)
Northern Ireland Northern Ireland Assembly Public Accounts Committee; Contributions by Michaela Boyle
R954 Discovery Miles 9 540 Special order
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