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Mr Council, this level of investment is indicative of the substantial capital investment throughout Northern Ireland, during his delivery of the Department for Regional Development抯 Roads Service Spring Report to the Council.Most road users appreciate that this sort of improvement home inspection reports can抰 be done without some disruption to traffic. there is generally less traffic and contractors can take advantage of daylight hours and, where possible, by avoiding peak traffic times.Confirming the funding for Shopmobility NI,
Regional Development Minister Shaun Woodward said it would encourage and support the ten existing Shopmobility schemes and help efforts to establish additional schemes in areas not already covered.Over the last ten years, Shopmobility schemes have improved the quality of life for hundreds if not thousands of people with restricted mobility, by helping them carry out everyday tasks which most of us take for granted.The funding the Department is making available will provide a forum for those schemes which already exist, from Belfast to Newry and from Omagh to Carrickfergus, to share information, exchange news and views and arrange training.
The official launch of NI took place at the Waterfront Hall, Belfast, on 14 June where representatives from the various schemes were presented with certificates by Olivia Nash, Ma from .Ann Collins, Chair of NI, said: “This is a great step forward for the . Over ten years, we have grown from small beginnings to a strong base of ten schemes.Now with help from the Department for (DRD), we will be encouraging and assisting further schemes to operate in other areas of the Province.
Investment totalling over 0,000 is planned for the Carrickfergus area this year, said Deputy Divisional Roads Manager.Mr McCourt told Carrickfergus Borough Council that this level of investment is indicative of the substantial capital investment throughout Northern Ireland, during a presentation of the Roads Service Annual Report.
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East Region names East of Scotland Waste Minimisation project, Tayside Waste Minimisation project, Tayside Food Sector project, Tweed Agricultural project and Selkirk Riverside RETEX project.On the West coast is the Ayrshire Textiles Waste Minimisation Club, Clyde Waste Minimisation, Dumfries and Galloway Waste Minimisation Forum, Grangeton Pilot Programme, Lanarkshire Environmental Business Club:Waste Minimisation Special Interest Group, LIFE, Profiting from Sustainability and Sustainability in Commercial Property Inspection North Glasgow (SIGN) Egg to the clubbable chicken is in the form of resources and support.This is still under development and aims to provide interactive waste buying and selling.
Only a few years ago, housing providers had problems letting homes in Glasgow’s Castlemilk housing scheme, damned by comedian Billy Connolly as Glasgow’s ‘deserts wi’ windies’.
Castlemilk is now one of the city’s sought after locations with community-based housing associations and tenant co-operatives holding growing waiting lists of hopeful applicants.
Deep commitment to maintaining and improving both the natural and built environment has played a key role in transforming a ‘Cinderella’ community into a popular venue for 21st century life.
In terms of natural environment, Castlemilk has had a lot going for it for at least 500 years.Back in the 1400s, what was then the estate of Cassiltoun passed into the ownership of the Stewart family, which hailed from the banks of the Water of Milk, Dumfriesshire.
A century later, changing their family name to Stuart and claiming a place in line to the throne of Scotland, they sold up their ancestral home, built a tower house and renamed the estate Castlemilk.
In 1938 with agriculture in slump, the estate was sold to Glasgow Corporation which began construction of its housing scheme in the late 1950s.The first laird commissioned extensive treeplanting in and around what is now Cathkin Braes Country Park.Like much of Castlemilk’s built environment, trees were vandalised and also suffered storm damage.
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Staff are also involved, however, in working on particular projects dealing with complaints or particular problems at a site.East Kilbride-based chemist Sue Bowers has been leading an initiative that has used the help of local people to try and find a solution to problems with odours from a landfill site in central Scotland.Since the summer of 2000 she has been taking regular air samples in an attempt to characterise the odours which local people have been complaining about.
However, one of the problems facing them was that when complainants called to report an odour, it was very often gone by the time SEPA staff arrived at the site.In an attempt to speed up sampling, tubes have been given to the residents, along with training on how to use them, so they can catch the samples themselves from their back gardens when the smell is strong.We haven’t got there yet but we are trying to find some compounds that are only in that area. It’s a long-term investigation.
Cameroon, the Republic of Congo and the Central African Republic have agreed to create Sangha Park, the first trans-border protected area in Central Africa, comprising some 11,000 square miles – equivalent to the size of Belgium.These three nations, along with Chad, Equatorial Guinea and Gabon, Condo Inspection have also agreed to protect a minimum 10% of their forests, to create a trust fund to implement conservation programmes and a co-ordination and monitoring body to be based in Yaoundé, Cameroon.
The first scientific base to be connected to the windmills will be Australia’s Mawson Base as it has an average annual wind speed of 27 miles per hour (mph) which is, in terms of annual wind, probably the best in the world.Scientists had previously thought windmills could not survive the destructive Antarctic winds, which can reach 155 mph, and freezing temperatures which plummet to minus 35 degrees Celsius.According to experts’ predictions, while temperatures are rising globally, they should be decreasing in the south-eastern United States and in China.This may be due, they say, to the presence of differing types of aerosols in the two areas, following a study of the effects of the 1991 eruption of the Filipino volcano, Mount Pinatubo.
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Deryk subsequently qualified in childcare and psychiatric social work and has worked with children and families since 1970. He was appointed Director of Social Services in Gloucestershire in 1991 and was previous Deputy Director in Cumbria and Rochdale. Deryk is married to Susan, a Director of the Joint Review Team at the Audit Commission and they have two grown up sons. Clothing retailer Peacocks and one of the UK’s leading children’s charities NCH will together launch their new initiative ‘Make a Million Charity Challenge’ on June 16 with the chance to win a family trip to Florida.
Staff at Peacocks have already raised a fantastic Pre-Purchase Inspection £600k and in doing so have helped thousands of children, young people and their families. Having worked very successfully with NCH since 1998, Peacocks are delighted to take up our ‘Make a Million Charity Challenge’ to raise funds for the many children, young people and families NCH supports’. ‘From now until October 2004 we will be fundraising in lots of fun and innovative ways right across the company to ensure that we hit the crucial million pound target, something which I am very confident we will do.
One of the UK’s leading children’s charities, NCH and Virgin Retail have announced their new charity partnership at the Stereophonics album launch at the Oxford Street Virgin Megastore. Representatives from the charity were there to collect signed albums and t-shirts from the band who are currently number one in the album charts. These will be auctioned off for the charity at a later date along with items collected from future appearances by acts at Virgin Megastores.
Virgin Retail will aim to raise £100k during the two-year partnership through a variety of activities involving staff and customers across Virgin Megastores, Virgin Megastores Xpress and the Hammersmith head office. As well as fundraising at future in-store gigs, the partnership will see cash raised through auctions, product sales, in-store competitions and sponsored sporting events to name only a few. I am delighted that Virgin Retail has chosen NCH as its charity partner and look forward to working with staff and customers alike over the next two years.