Department of Infrastructure (Isle of Man)

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Department of Infrastructure
Department overview
Formed 1 April 2010
Preceding Department mainly Department of Transport
Jurisdiction Isle of Man
Headquarters Sea Terminal, Douglas, Isle of Man
Employees 763
Annual budget GBP 77.0m for 2011-2012
Minister responsible Phil Gawne MHK, Minister for Infrastructure
Department executive Nick Black[1], Chief Executive Officer
Website www.gov.im/infrastructure
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The Department of Infrastructure (Manx: Rheynn Arraghey) is a department of the Isle of Man Government.

History[edit]

The department was created in April 2010 from the Department of Transport.

Previously the Transport Department was created in 1994 by the merger of the transport functions of the Department of Tourism, Leisure and Transport and the Department of Highways, Ports and Properties.

Functions[edit]

  • Highways
  • Airports
  • Harbours
  • Works
  • Quarries
  • Planning
  • Building Control
  • Government Property
  • Estates and Architects
  • Meat Plant
  • Animal Waste
  • Waste Management Operations
  • Public Transport [2]

Non Governmental Agencies reporting to the Department[edit]

  • Manx Electricity Authority
  • Water and Sewerage Authority
  • Local Government
  • Planning Authority
  • Health and Safety Executive Authority
  • Road Transport and Licensing Committee

Previous Ministers[edit]

Previous Ministers for Infrastructure[edit]

Previous Ministers for Transport[edit]

Previous Ministers of Highways, Ports and Properties[edit]

See also[edit]

External links[edit]

  1. ^ "Isle of Man Government - Infrastructure". Retrieved 6 December 2013. 
  2. ^ "Isle of Man Government - Infrastructure". Retrieved 19 July 2014.