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COUNCILS ARE FAIR, COUNCILS ARE FIT,
AND COUNCILS ARE THE FUTURE.
NILGA wishes elected members, staff and all communities across the 11 councils a happy Christmas and a positive, productive 2017.
This consultation was ISSUED by the Department of the Economy on 29th November 2016.
Communities Minister’s announcement retaining Regeneration Powers will have significant impact on councils.
2016–2018 phase of the Programme for Government should herald a new era of joined up government in NI.
Local Government Associations are calling for constitutional talks with government to ensure three key principles underpin any new settlement.
NILGA Bulletin 12/12/16
Partnership Panel Outcomes
Corporate Plan 2016 - 2019
Guide to NILGA
Meetings and Events
NILGA Councillor Handbook
NILGA Planning Guide
NILGA Waste & Resources Guide
Programme for Local Government
NI Local Government Code of Conduct
Planning Guidance, Code of Conduct
On Friday (24th February 2017) delegates representing each of the councils in Northern Ireland, participated in a NILGA event focused on council fi...
The Northern Ireland Local Government Association is taking the case to London, Dublin and Brussels regarding assurances around the outcomes of the...
Eight entrants to represent Ulster in UK-wide competition Ballymena, Belfast City, Cullybackey, Derry City, Donaghmore, Hillsborough, Newcastle and...
NILGA, the Northern Ireland Local Government Association, has sent an urgent communication to the Secretary of State, James Brokenshire MP, outlini...
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