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|Amendments to Access and Eligibility Criteria for Older Persons' Housing in the Public Sector||Amendments to Access and Eligibility Criteria for Older Persons' Housing in the Public Sector |
The Department is seeking feedback on proposals aimed at promoting greater fairness in the allocation of public sector accommodation for older people in the Isle of Man.
The revised process would result in a broader initial assessment of eligibility for entry onto the waiting list, with allocation being prioritised on the basis of income and assets, as well as health and wellbeing.
The intention is to introduce a points-based system to determine an older person's priority for allocation in line with that used for the general public sector housing stock.
|30 September 2015 - 11 November 2015|
|Consultation on Ferry Services||Consultation on Ferry Services|
The Department of Infrastructure is seeking views from the public on their consideration regarding ferry services, past and future.
|28 September 2015 - 9 November 2015|
|Road Races Bill 2015||Road Races Bill 2015|
The Department of Infrastructure is seeking to update key elements of legislation to ensure that motorsport festivals continue to flourish and make an important contribution to the Island’s economy and culture.
The Road Races Bill 2015 aims to better reflect the needs of event organisers, participants and fans by reducing bureaucracy, enhancing safety and increasing the period over which road racing can take place.
Please use the link below to tell us your views.
|6 August 2015 - 17 September 2015|
|Draft Highways (Amendment) Bill 2015||Draft Highways (Amendment) Bill 2015|
The Department of Infrastructure is seeking feedback on proposals to update the Isle of Man’s highway legislation. The draft Highways (Amendment) Bill 2015 proposes a series of amendments to the Highways Act 1986, with the aim of improving road safety and providing greater clarity on matters such as the making up of private streets.
|10 April 2015 - 8 May 2015|
|Scoping for New Marine Primary Legislation||Primary Marine Legislation|
The Department of Infrastructure has committed to the formulation of bespoke primary legislation for the marine environment. The main purpose of this new primary legislation is to bring together the necessary components of the existing legislation that relate to the territorial seas to develop one streamlined system for consenting. It is proposed that by creating one system with the appropriate legislation, it will provide a greater level of clarity and certainty for potential applicants and stakeholders throughout the process.
A Response Form can be completed online (see useful links) or printed off (see Questionnaire in Downloadable Documents), completed and posted back to the Planning Policy Team at the Sea Terminal.
|13 March 2015 - 24 April 2015|