Register of Members’ Interests

The purpose of the Register of Members' Interests is to provide information of any financial interest or other material benefit which a Member receives which might reasonably be thought by others to influence his or her actions, speeches or votes in the Assembly, or actions taken in his or her capacity as a Member of the Northern Ireland Assembly. Members are required to keep that overall purpose in mind when registering their interests. The 'Guide to the Rules Relating to the Conduct of Members' sets out in detail the rules governing the registration and declaration of Members' Interests, as well as offering guidance on their practical application.

Open Data Services

The Register of Interests is available in XML and JSON Web Services to provide easy and transparent access to data. 

You can find more information on the Northern Ireland Assembly's Open Data services on this link.


Current Mandate

Register of Members’ Interests - Please note that this is a live version of the Register of Interests, which is continually updated. The next officially published Register will be added to this below in due course.

17 December 2018 - PDF

30 November 2017 - PDF

Mandate 2016-2017

25 January 2017 - PDF

04 July 2016 - PDF

Mandate 2011 - 2016

25 March 2016 (HTML) (PDF)

05 January 2016 (HTML) (PDF)

21 October 2015 (HTML) (PDF)

03 July 2015 (HTML) (PDF)

24 February 2015 (HTML) (PDF)

14 November 2014 (HTML) (PDF)

04 July 2014 (HTML) (PDF)

29 April 2014 (HTML) (PDF)

15 January 2014 (HTML) (PDF)

16 October 2013 (HTML) (PDF)

3 July 2013 (HTML) (PDF)

10 April 2013 (HTML) (PDF)

20 December 2012 (HTML) (PDF)

10 October 2012 (HTML) (PDF)

6 July 2012 (HTML) (PDF)

30 March 2012 (HTML) (PDF)

6 February 2012 (HTML) (PDF)

16 December 2011 (HTML) (PDF)

7 October 2011 (HTML) (PDF)

Published Edition

Register of Member's Interests (HTML) (PDF) (Published 29 June 2011)

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