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Written questions on the subject Invest NI


 
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AQW 22769/17-22 Mr Justin McNulty
(SDLP - Newry and Armagh)
To ask the Minister for the Economy to detail the number of investment enquiries made through Invest NI in the years (i) 2017/18; (ii) 2018/19; (iii) 2019/20; and (iv) 2020/21, broken down by constituency.

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20/09/2021 Answered on 30/09/2021
AQW 22546/17-22 Dr Caoimhe Archibald
(SF - East Londonderry)
To ask the Minister for the Economy to outline what level of investment has Invest NI awarded to local businesses to help them attain Ministry of Defence contracts over the last 5 years.

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15/09/2021 Answered on 30/09/2021
AQW 22363/17-22 Mr Justin McNulty
(SDLP - Newry and Armagh)
To ask the Minister for the Economy to detail the financial supports granted by Invest NI to firms, broken down by constituency, in each of the last five years.

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14/09/2021 Answered on 22/09/2021
AQW 21890/17-22 Dr Caoimhe Archibald
(SF - East Londonderry)
To ask the Minister for the Economy to detail the number of Invest NI client companies, including company size, broken down by constituency.

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06/09/2021 Answered on 21/09/2021
AQW 21889/17-22 Dr Caoimhe Archibald
(SF - East Londonderry)
To ask the Minister for the Economy to detail the number of potential investors that have engaged with Invest NI between the end of the transition period and 6 September 2021, as a result of the unique status under the Protocol on Ireland/Northern Ireland.

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06/09/2021 Answered on 30/09/2021
AQW 20995/17-22 Dr Caoimhe Archibald
(SF - East Londonderry)
To ask the Minister for the Economy to outline the Invest NI's policy for addressing regional inequalities in terms of attracting investment and job creation.

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25/06/2021 Answered on 30/07/2021
AQW 20994/17-22 Dr Caoimhe Archibald
(SF - East Londonderry)
To ask the Minister for the Economy whether Invest NI requires businesses to (i) be a rateable business; and (ii) pay staff the real living wage prior to awarding financial assistance.

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25/06/2021 Answered on 27/07/2021
AQW 20993/17-22 Dr Caoimhe Archibald
(SF - East Londonderry)
To ask the Minister for the Economy to outline the criteria applied by Invest NI when allocating financial assistance to businesses for (i) job creation; and (ii) job assistance.

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25/06/2021 Answered on 23/07/2021
AQW 20894/17-22 Mr Peter Weir
(DUP - Strangford)
To ask the Minister for the Economy to detail the number of jobs brought to Northern Ireland by Invest NI in each of the last 5 years, broken down by constituency.

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24/06/2021 Answered on 27/07/2021
AQO 2305/17-22 Ms Órlaithí Flynn
(SF - West Belfast)
To ask the Minister for the Economy to outline how many jobs have been supported by Invest NI over the last 3 years.

17/06/2021 To be answered on 28/06/2021
AQW 20208/17-22 Ms Jemma Dolan
(SF - Fermanagh and South Tyrone)
To ask the Minister for the Economy how much money Invest NI has allocated to creating minimum wage jobs since January 2020.

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10/06/2021 Answered on 02/07/2021
AQO 2155/17-22 Mrs Dolores Kelly
(SDLP - Upper Bann)
To ask the Minister for the Economy for an update on the development of sites which Invest NI own or have responsibility for in Upper Bann.

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27/05/2021 Answered on 09/06/2021
AQW 19995/17-22 Mr Chris Lyttle
(APNI - East Belfast)
To ask the Minister for the Economy to detail (i) how many; and (ii) which inward investor visits were hosted by Invest NI in East Belfast since 2017.

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07/06/2021 Answered on 24/06/2021
AQW 19420/17-22 Mr John O'Dowd
(SF - Upper Bann)
To ask the Minister for the Economy what is the rationale for Invest NI not allowing land in its portfolio designated for manufacturing to be used for logistics when they have no other land to offer investors.

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25/05/2021 Answered on 24/06/2021
AQW 18500/17-22 Dr Caoimhe Archibald
(SF - East Londonderry)
To ask the Minister for the Economy (i) how many investors engaged with Invest NI regarding potential inward investment opportunities; and (ii) how many new foreign direct investment projects have commenced, in each of the last three years. [Priority Written]

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06/05/2021 Answered on 28/05/2021
AQW 17887/17-22 Dr Caoimhe Archibald
(SF - East Londonderry)
To ask the Minister for the Economy to detail to what extent, and what number of, potential investors have engaged with Invest NI since the end of the transition period, as a result of the unique status under the Ireland/Northern Ireland protocol.

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23/04/2021 Answered on 04/05/2021
AQW 17860/17-22 Mr Daniel McCrossan
(SDLP - West Tyrone)
To ask the Minister for the Economy to detail Invest NI spend on business support and job creation, broken down by constituency, in each of the last five years.

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23/04/2021 Answered on 30/04/2021
AQW 17848/17-22 Mr Jim Wells
(DUP - South Down)
To ask the Minister for the Economy what arrangments have been put in place to ensure that all of the post sent to Invest NI offices is opened regularly and actioned.

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23/04/2021 Answered on 04/05/2021
AQW 17763/17-22 Ms Sinead McLaughlin
(SDLP - Foyle)
To ask the Minister for the Economy whether (i) Invest NI links approval of capital grant, interest free loans and employment support to the number of jobs to be created; and (ii) if not, what criteria are used.

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21/04/2021 Answered on 29/04/2021
AQW 17077/17-22 Mr Gerry Carroll
(PBPA - West Belfast)
To ask the Minister for the Economy to provide detais of the total amount of grants given via Invest NI to Caterpillar (NI).

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12/04/2021 Answered on 05/05/2021
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