Department of Economic Development (Isle of Man)

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Department of Economic Development
Department overview
Formed 1 April 2010
Preceding Department Various functions from Department of Trade and Industry, Department of Tourism and Leisure, Isle of Man Treasury and Department of Education.
Jurisdiction Isle of Man
Headquarters Illiam Dhone House, 2 Circular Road, Douglas, Isle of Man
Employees 227
Annual budget GBP34.4m for 2011-2012
Minister responsible Hon John Shimmin MHK., Minister for Economic Development
Department executive Colin Kniveton, Chief Executive Officer
Website www.gov.im/ded
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The Department of Economic Development is one of nine departments of the Isle of Man Government. It was created on 1 April 2010, largely replacing the former Department of Trade and Industry as well as taking on the tourism function from the former Department of Tourism and Leisure and several other functions from the Isle of Man Treasury and former Department of Education.

The current Minister for Economic Development is John Shimmin MHK.

Functions[edit]

  • Economic Development
  • Manufacturing
  • Tourism
  • Retail
  • Isle of Man Finance
  • Aircraft Register
  • Ship Registry
  • Space Commerce
  • E-Business
  • E-Gaming
  • Minerals
  • Work Permits
  • Training
  • Careers Service
  • Isle of Man Film
  • Government Information Services
  • Government Printing Services
  • Companies Registry
  • Job Centre

Non Governmental Agencies reporting the Department[edit]

Ministers for the Economic Development[edit]

External links[edit]