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Written questions on the subject Planning Applications


 
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AQW 8846/16-21 Lord Morrow of Clogher Valley
(DUP - Fermanagh and South Tyrone)
To ask the Minister for Infrastructure given councils are responsible for the decision making on planning applications, what good practice guidelines are provided by his Department on which statutory Departments should be consulted in relation to 33kv electricity sub-stations; and whether it is good practice to make a decision prior to any consultations being carried out.

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08/12/2016 Answered on 20/12/2016
AQO 820/16-21 Mr Gordon Dunne
(DUP - North Down)
To ask the Minister of Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs for her assessment of the time taken by the Northern Ireland Environment Agency in responding to councils’ consultations on planning applications.

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24/11/2016 Answered on 05/12/2016
AQW 7115/16-21 Mr Harold McKee
(UUP - South Down)
To ask the Minister for Infrastructure to list each of the (i) regionally significant; and (ii) called-in planning applications his Department has (a) determined; or (b) is currently in the process of determining.

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14/11/2016 Answered on 29/11/2016
AQW 7114/16-21 Mr Harold McKee
(UUP - South Down)
To ask the Minister for Infrastructure to detail the average length of time in 2015-16 for planning applications for agricultural buildings to be either approved or refused, broken down by local council area.

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14/11/2016 Answered on 29/11/2016
AQW 5694/16-21 Mr Christopher Stalford
(DUP - South Belfast)
To ask the Minister for Infrastructure to outline his plans to decrease the average time it takes statutory consultees to respond to planning applications.

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19/10/2016 Answered on 03/11/2016
AQW 5691/16-21 Mr Christopher Stalford
(DUP - South Belfast)
To ask the Minister for Infrastructure to detail the average time it takes to process each planning application, broken down by local council area.

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19/10/2016 Answered on 27/10/2016
AQW 2398/16-21 Mr Andy Allen
(UUP - East Belfast)
To ask the Minister for Infrastructure how many planning applications for single wind turbines were approved from May 2007 to April 2011.

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05/09/2016 Answered on 19/09/2016
AQW 2397/16-21 Mr Andy Allen
(UUP - East Belfast)
To ask the Minister for Infrastructure to detail how many planning applications for single wind turbines have been approved from April 2011 to September 2016.

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05/09/2016 Answered on 19/09/2016
AQW 2396/16-21 Mr Andy Allen
(UUP - East Belfast)
To ask the Minister for Infrastructure how many planning applications for wind farms were approved from May 2007 to April 2011.

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05/09/2016 Answered on 19/09/2016
AQW 2395/16-21 Mr Andy Allen
(UUP - East Belfast)
To ask the Minister for Infrastructure how many planning applications for wind farms have been approved from April 2011 to September 2016.

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05/09/2016 Answered on 19/09/2016
AQW 1390/16-21 Ms Paula Bradshaw
(APNI - South Belfast)
To ask the Minister for Communities whether he has any plans to instruct Planning Offices, within local councils, to give special attention to planning applications for occupational therapist-approved adaptions to the homes of people living with disabilities, given the one year period for the completion of work prescribed by the Northern Ireland Housing Executive under the terms of its payment scheme.

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17/06/2016 Answered on 29/06/2016
AQW 54628/11-16 Ms Claire Sugden
(IND - East Londonderry)
To ask the Minister of the Environment to detail any plans or proposals his Department has in conjunction with local councils to reduce the time it takes to approve planning applications.

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22/02/2016 Answered on 15/03/2016
AQW 53630/11-16 Mr Jim Allister
(TUV - North Antrim)
To ask the Minister of the Environment ,pursuant to AQW 50849/11-16, whether there is a process in place to verify the claims made on CO2 emissions in respect of renewable energy planning applications.

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29/01/2016 Answered on 23/02/2016
AQW 51994/11-16 Mr Jim Allister
(TUV - North Antrim)
To ask the Minister of the Environment how frequently Environmental Impact Assessments have been required in the case of poultry house planning applications where the proposal is for less than 75,000 birds.

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07/12/2015 Answered on 17/12/2015
AQW 51253/11-16 Mr Cathal Ó hOisín
(SF - East Londonderry)
To ask the Minister of the Environment to detail the number of planning applications that (i) have been approved; (ii) have been refused; and (iii) were pending in the Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council in the 2014-2015 financial year.

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23/11/2015 Answered on 07/12/2015
AQW 50963/11-16 Mr Steven Agnew
(GPNI - North Down)
To ask the Minister of the Environment to detail departmental procedure for notifying the public of his decisions in respect of planning applications, including at what stage of the decision making process the (a) public; and (b) local council are notified.

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16/11/2015 Answered on 03/12/2015
AQW 50849/11-16 Mr Jim Allister
(TUV - North Antrim)
To ask the Minister of the Environment to detail who is responsible for checking references to impacts on CO2 emissions that accompany renewable energy planning applications.

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13/11/2015 Answered on 28/01/2016
AQW 50442/11-16 Mr Jim Allister
(TUV - North Antrim)
To ask the Minister of the Environment to detail how many megawatts of electricity from wind power have already been approved by planning permission.

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05/11/2015 Answered on 28/01/2016
AQO 9058/11-16 Mr Adrian McQuillan
(DUP - East Londonderry)
To ask the Minister of the Environment to outline the criteria used when making the decision to call in a planning application.

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22/10/2015 Answered on 10/11/2015
AQW 47025/11-15 Mr Jonathan Craig
(DUP - Lagan Valley)
To ask the Minister of the Environment whether his Department gives any consideration to objections submitted by families of children with autism when considering planning applications for wind turbines.

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10/06/2015 Answered on 23/06/2015
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