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The Department for Infrastructure has made a Statutory Rule entitled “The Roads (Speed Limit) (No. 3) Order (Northern Ireland) 2023” (S.R. 2023 No. 101) which comes into operation on 17 July 2023.
Details of these applications, including location, important dates and drawings are available on the Planning Register under the above reference numbers.
To make financial savings as a result of the DfI Resource Budget requirement for 2023-24. This form considers the equality impacts of switching off street lighting across Northern Ireland to make savings in unmetered electricity costs due to budget constraints.
The aim of the policy is to ensure that period products are available free of charge on the premises of the specified Public Service Bodies within the remit of the Department for Infrastructure.
This document contains the performance of the Department against the actions set within the Business Plan 2022-23. There were 34 additional actions that the Department undertook in addition to the essential services it provides.
This publication provides provisional headline statistics on the vehicle, driver, and theory tests conducted by the DfI's Driver and Vehicle Agency (DVA). It is published monthly.
The Department for Infrastructure (DfI) has made a Statutory Rule entitled “The Road Races (Loughgall Stages Rally) Order (Northern Ireland) 2023”, (S.R. 2023 No. 94), which comes into operation on 30 June 2023.
The primary objective of the Rural Transport Fund (RTF) is to support transport services designed to give people in rural areas improved access to work, education, healthcare, shopping and recreational activities, thereby assisting in in reducing their social isolation.
Option to extend contract from 01 August 2023 to 31 July 2024 will not be taken up by the Department for Infrastructure.
(1) To amend permitted development rights for the installation of domestic microgeneration equipment; and (2) To add new permitted development rights for Reverse Vending Machines.
The Department has reviewed the operation of the legislation that provides the power to hold ‘Special Events’ on public roads the Roads (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act (Northern Ireland) 2010.
This form considers the equality impacts of Departmental funding ceasing for the pool of bikes for staff use for leisure and attending meetings in order to reduce reliance in the private car.
The revised policy proposes increasing the fees paid for vehicle tests. This is necessary because of the rising cost of delivering vehicle testing services.
The revised policy proposes increasing the fees paid for driving tests. This is necessary because of the rising cost of delivering driver testing services. Increasing the fees will increase the income collected which will be used to pay the costs of delivering the service.
This Management Information, derived from an operational dataset, includes figures for Active SmartPasses (60 plus and Senior SmartPass holders only) by Local Government District, Active SmartPasses by entitlement category and SmartPass users by entitlement category.
The Portadown Flood Alleviation Scheme aims to reduce the impact of any potential fluvial flooding from the River Bann and some of its tributaries in the event of a 1% AEP flood (i.e.
The Department for Infrastructure (DfI) has made a Statutory Rule entitled “The Waiting Restrictions (Bellaghy) Order (Northern Ireland) 2023” (S.R. 2023 No. 92) which comes into operation on 28 June 2023.
DFI/2023-0148: An Environmental Information Regulations 2004 request for information relating to works due to be carried out on the River Faughan, in 2023 & 2024, to protect Green Road, Ardmore, including: copies of correspondence & records of meetings between DfI &
DFI/2023-0150: A Freedom of Information Act 2000 request for details of DVA enforcement operations against illegal taxi drivers, including: 1) the number prosecuted since 2013, with the reason for each prosecution & any PSV licence or PSV'd vehicle held; 2) copies of t
DFI/2023-0155: A Freedom of Information Act 2000 request for details of the estimated cost of providing a shelter for drivers awaiting return of their vehicles from MOT testing at the Enniskillen DVA test centre.