Committee for the Environment

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The Committee for the Environment was a Northern Ireland Assembly committee established to advise, assist and scrutinise the work of the Department of the Environment and Minister of the Environment. The committee also played a key role in the consultation, consideration and development of new legislation.[1]

The committee was abolished in 2016 because the Department of Environment was closed and its mandate was transferred to other departments.

Membership[edit]

Membership of the committee before the closure of the DoE:

Party Member
Alliance David Ford
DUP Trevor Clarke
DUP Ian McCrea
DUP Alastair Ross
DUP Peter Weir
Sinn Féin Cathal Boylan (Deputy Chairperson)
Sinn Féin Daithí McKay
SDLP Tommy Gallagher
SDLP Patsy McGlone (Chairperson)
UUP David McClarty
UUP Roy Beggs

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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

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