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|Housing||Social Care||Consultation on Landlord and Tenant (Private Housing) Bill 2013|
The Department of Social Care (DSC) is bringing forward proposals for a new piece of legislation - the Landlord and Tenant (Private Housing) Bill. The Bill aims to achieve a fair and reasonable balance between the rights of landlords and tenants under private rented tenancies.
We welcome general comments on the proposed Scheme but we have also compiled a survey to help people respond to key areas of the Scheme.
|5 February 2013 - 3 May 2013|
|Immigration Fees 2013||Chief Secretary's Office||Proposed new immigration and British nationality fees|
The Lieutenant Governor proposes to introduce new fees for applications for Immigration and British Nationality services in line with an equivalent increase in the United Kingdom. Public feedback is invited on the information contained in the document below.
|20 March 2013 - 19 April 2013|
|Draft Building (Fees) Regulations 2013||Planning Building Control||Draft Building (Fees) Regulations 2013|
This consultation concerns a proposal, by the Department of Infrastructure, for set of new Building (Fees) Regulations for the next three years based on policy of the developer pays principal; in this way over time making the Building Control Service self financing and reduce the cost to tax payers and those of rate payers in Douglas Borough Council and Onchan District Commissioners (where they are Building Control Authorities). The consultation seeks the views of stakeholders concerning the fees proposed.
The consultation does not encompass matters concerning Building Regulations which will be under separate consultation process at a later date.
To submit representations to this Consultation please write to the below address or email: email@example.com
|14 February 2013 - 3 April 2013|
|Adult Services||Social Care||Adult Services – Fair Access and Charging Consultation|
The Department of Social Care is bringing forward proposals for the introduction of a Fair Access to Care Service framework and changes to charging for adult care services.
We welcome general comments on the proposals but we have also compiled a survey to help people respond.
|15 February 2013 - 2 April 2013|
| Proposals for amendments to the Sea Fisheries (Queen Scallop Fishing) Bye Laws 2010||D.E.F.A|| Proposals for amendments to the Sea Fisheries (Queen Scallop Fishing) Bye Laws 2010|
Landings of Irish Sea Queen scallop in 2011 and 2012 have been more than double the long term average, and are not sustainable. In addition to this, it is clear that current harvest strategies are failing to maximise the value of Queen scallop to the fishing industry. The 2010 Queen Scallop Bye-Law did a great deal to address certain issues within the fishery, which have clearly been of long term benefit to the stock. However, it has become apparent that further regulation is necessary to achieve the objective of maximising economic returns from the fishery and reduce the risk of the fishery being closed early each year.
|27 February 2013 - 1 April 2013|