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COUNCILS & COMMUNITIES READY FOR REAL CHANGE with RESOURCES & COMMITMENT from all PARTNERS.
Everglades Hotel, 6th October 2016. "Growing Enterprise, Strengthening Communities” Local Councils Delivering in the Digital Age"
The results of the 2016 Translink Ulster in Bloom Competition were announced today (September 14) officially recognising Northern Ireland’s top gardening talent.
NILGA are running 4 free training events focused on planning. The events are open to all elected members and officers.
NILGA’s formal response to the consultation on the draft Programme for Government Framework 2016-21. Compiled as a result of extensive consultation across the sector.
STRENGTHENING DEMOCRACY,SUSTAINING COMMUNITIES. NILGA, in conjunction with the 11 new councils, was tasked with developing a Programme for Local Government 2016 – 2021, setting out why and how the two spheres of government can and should work together.
NILGA Newsletter August 2016
Corporate Plan 2016 - 2019
Waste and Resources Guide
Guide to NILGA
Meetings and Events
NILGA Conference 2016
Programme for Local Government
Partnership Panel Outcomes 12/10/16
Code of Conduct for Councillors - Ombudsman
NI Local Government Code of Conduct
Guidance on planning element of councillors' Code of Conduct.
New Councillor Handbook
Today, just under 200 delegates will participate in the 2016 Northern Ireland Local Government Association (NILGA) Annual Conference at the Evergla...
Some of Northern Ireland’s best entrepreneurs, support bodies, plus local / central government policy makers and politicians came together to recei...
A STRONG DEMOCRACY & ECONOMY THROUGH LOCAL GOVERNMENT. “Growing Enterprise, Strengthening Communities”- Local Councils Delivering in the Digital Ag...
Cllr Seán McPeake, President of the Northern Ireland Local Government Association (NILGA) welcomed Finance Minister Máirtín Ó Muilleoir's call for ...
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