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Order Paper

Reference: OP 252/11-16

Date: 26 January 2015

The Assembly to sit at noon.

Marshalled List of Amendments

Indicative Timings for the Order of Business

1.    Prayers

2.    Executive Committee Business

Further Consideration Stage: Off-street Parking (Functions of District Councils) Bill (NIA Bill 40/11-16)

Minister for Regional Development

Legislative Consent Motion: Pension Schemes Bill


That this Assembly endorses the principle of the extension to Northern Ireland of provisions of the Pension Schemes Bill dealing with independent advice, drawdown, conversion of benefits and lump sums, rights to transfer benefits and the Financial Assistance Scheme as contained in clauses 51 to 53 and 60 to 64 of, and Schedules 2 and 4 to, the Bill as brought from the House of Commons to the Lords.

Minister for Social Development

3.    Question Time                                                      

3.1          Finance and Personnel

3.1.1       Questions for oral Answer

3.1.2       Topical Questions

3.2          Health, Social Services and Public Safety

3.2.1       Questions for oral Answer

3.2.2       Topical Questions

4.    Private Members’ Business

Second Stage: Children’s Services Co-operation Bill (NIA Bill 44/11-16)

Mr S Agnew

Motion: Development Proposal 264 Coláiste Dhoire


This Assembly notes with concern the decision of the Minister of Education to approve Development Proposal 264 to establish a new grant-aided, independent Irish Medium Post-Primary school Coláiste Dhoire at Owenbeg, Dungiven; further notes that this decision was taken contrary to official advice from the Western Education and Library Board, the North Eastern Education and Library Board, the Education and Training Inspectorate, the Ministerial Advisory Group on Irish Medium Education and his own Department; and calls on both the Minister of Education and the Executive, in the context of ongoing budgetary pressures, to review this decision on the grounds of rationality, affordability and sustainability.

Mr D Kinahan
Mrs S Overend

5.    Adjournment

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