Committee for Regional Development

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The Committee for Regional Development is a Northern Ireland Assembly committee established to advise, assist and scrutinise the work of the Department for Regional Development and Minister for Regional Development (currently Conor Murphy). The committee also plays a key role in the consultation, consideration and development of new legislation.[1]

Membership[edit]

Party Member
DUP Allan Bresland
DUP Alastair Ross
DUP George Robinson
DUP Michelle McIlveen (Deputy Chairperson)
Green (NI) Brian Wilson
Sinn Féin Claire McGill
Sinn Féin Cathal Boylan
Sinn Féin Willie Clarke
SDLP Raymond McCartney
UUP Fred Cobain (Chairperson)
UUP John McCallister

References[edit]

  1. ^ Regional Development Committee - niassembly.gov.uk, URL accessed 25 November 2008.

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