Children's Services Co-operation Bill

Bill Number: Bill 44/11-16

Bill Type: Private Members Bill

Bill Sponsor: Mr Steven Agnew MLA 

 

The Children's Services Co-operation Bill is:

Require Northern Ireland departments to discharge their functions and co-operate with one another in order to contribute to the achievement of certain specified outcomes relating to the well-being of children and young people, and to amendthe Children (Northern Ireland) Order 1995.

 

Stages of a Bill

Bill Stage Date Completed
/ Status
All Associated documents and links
     
First Stage 8 December 2014

Bill as Introduced (HTM
Explanatory & Financial Memorandum as Introduced (HTM) (PDF)

Official Report - 8 December 2014

     
Second Stage 26 January 2015 Official Report - 26 January 2015
     
Committee Stage Extended to 3 July 2015 Official Report - Committee Report 01.07.15
     
Consideration Stage 29 September 2015

Notice of Amendments - 23 September 2015

Marshalled List of Amendments - 23 September 2015

Grouping List of Amendments - 23 September 2015

Annotated Marshalled List of Amendments - 29 September 2015

Bill - As Amended at Consideration Stage (PDF)(HTM)

Explanatory & Financial Memorandum - As Amended at Consideration Stage (PDF)(HTM)

Official Report - 29 September 2015

     
Further Consideration Stage 19 October 2015

Notice of Amendments - 12 October 2015

Notice of Amendments - 13 October 2015 

Notice of Amendments - 14 October 2015

Grouping List of Amendments - 15 October 2015

Annotated Marshalled List of Amendments - 19 October 2015

Official Report - 19 October 2015 

Bill - As Amended at Further Consideration Stage (PDF)(HTM)

Explanatory & Financial Memorandum - As Amended at Further Consideration Stage (PDF)(HTM)

     
Final Stage 3 November 2015   Official Report - 3 November 2015
     
Royal Assent 9 December 2015 Children's Services Co-operation Act

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