This form is required for applications for consent to demolish, whether in whole or in part, unlisted buildings within a conservation area.
The LDC1 form should be completed when the applicant is seeking a written determination that an existing use of land, operational development or activity in breach of a planning condition is lawful.
This form should be completed when the applicant is seeking a written determination that a proposed use of land or operational development is lawful.
This form is to be used for the modification or discharge of a Planning Agreement made under Article 40 of the Planning (Northern Ireland) Order 1991 or Section 77 of the Planning Act (Northern Ireland) 2011.
This form should be used if you wish to make minor changes to the planning permission you have already received.
This form should be used if you wish to remove or vary a condition of a planning permission you have already received.
This form should be used by applicants to serve notice on the appropriate council of their intention to submit a planning application for major development or to the Department for Infrastructure (DfI) of their intention to submit a planning application for regionally signific
There is no longer a mandatory prescribed application form for hazardous substances consent. Applicants should therefore contact the local council’s planning office about the requirements for hazardous substances consent and to request the relevant application form.
User guides for the online planning consultation system.
To be able to continue to provide financial support to Northern Ireland’s sea ports by raising the current loan/grant limit from £35m to the £90m
This factsheet presents key findings from the Travel Survey for Northern Ireland (TSNI) 2016-2018 in relation to car travel. 2016-2018 is the first edition of the car factsheet but data for previous years are available in the relevant T
Information on the Board members of the Drainage Council for Northern Ireland.
Information on the Board members of the Belfast Harbour Commission.
Information on the Board of Warrenpoint Harbour Authoirty.
Information on the Board of Northern Ireland Transport Holding Company.
Departmental policy and procedure guide to Traffic Management Engineers on the assessment and implementation of measures to increase driver awareness and achieve reductions in vehicle speeds outside and in the vicinity of schools.
To ensure ongoing operability in Northern Ireland statute of European Commission Regulation 1370/2007 Public Service Obligations in Transport following the completion of the implementation period for the UK leaving the EU.
To provide guidance to Traffic Management Engineers on the assessment and implementation of road safety measures to increase driver awareness and achieve reductions in vehicle speeds outside and in the vicinity of schools.
Departmental policy and procedures guide relates to the provision of winter service operation which, as far as possible, will permit main road traffic to move safely and freely in wintry conditions.
Each school is listed alphabetically for each Division.