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|Road Transport and Driver and Vehicle Licensing Legislation||Road Transport Legislation (Amendment) Bill 2016 |
The main purpose of the Bill is to amend the Road Transport Act 2001 to simplify administration and enable certain provisions for operator licensing to be introduced. The Bill also contains amendments for the Licensing and Registration of Vehicles Act 1985 to modify procedures and introduce powers to remove the need for vehicle duty discs.
|29 January 2016 - 4 March 2016|
|Road Traffic Legislation||Road Traffic Legislation (Amendment) Bill 2016|
The Department of Infrastructure is inviting feedback on plans to modernise key elements of the Isle of Man’s road traffic laws, including a proposal to lower the alcohol limit for drivers. The Bill will look to promote a safe environment, ensure the effective enforcement of the criminal law, and reduce the incidence of crime, provide for better regulation of vehicles and drivers and to pursue actively the outstanding payment of motoring fines and vehicle duty.
|15 January 2016 - 19 February 2016|
|Adoption of Draft Isle of Man Strategic Plan 2015 with Modifications||Isle of Man Strategic Plan 2015 with Modifications|
Following publication of the Inspector’s Report of the Public Inquiry into the Draft Isle of Man Strategic Plan 2015, the Department of Infrastructure announces its intention to adopt the Draft Isle of Man Strategic Plan with Modifications
|14 December 2015 - 8 January 2016|
|Consultation on Local Government and Building Control (Amendment) Bill||Consultation on Local Government and Building Control (Amendment) Bill|
The Department of Infrastructure is seeking comments on proposed legislation which will amend certain enactments in relation to local government and building control and provide for the introduction of fixed penalties in connection with certain statutory notices and byelaws.
|10 November 2015 - 22 December 2015|
|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|