ILO – Submission to Parliament of the Employment and Decent Work for Peace and Resilience Recommendation, 2017 (No. 205) (Adoption: Geneva, 106th ILC session, 16 June 2017) – Opinion No. 2,086
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Urban Development Land, Housing and Infrastructure: Fixing Ireland's Broken System (145)
The State must drive the provision of housing and urban development. The Irish housing system is speculative, volatile and expensive. The urban land system is dysfunctional: land is not available in appropriate locations at a cost that will allow affordable housing to be provided. This is the message from the National Economic and Social Council (NESC) in this report.
Urban Development Land, Housing and Infrastructure: Fixing Ireland's Broken System
Secretariat Paper 14_International Approaches to Land Use, Housing and Urban Development
This NESC Secretariat paper on international approaches to housing, land use and urban development is one of two secretariat papers prepared in conjunction with a NESC report No.145 on 'Urban Development Land, Housing and Infrastructure: Fixing Ireland’s Broken System'. The other Secretariat paper (No.13) is on 'Land Value Capture and Urban Public Transport'.
International Approaches to Land Use, Housing and Urban Development
Social Maribel scheme – Draft royal decree modifying the royal decree of 18 July 2002 holding measures aimed at promoting employment in the non-profit sector – Opinion No. 2,079
Draft royal decree assimilating parts of days for annual holidays when workers return to work part-time after an illness or an accident, or after an accident at work or an occupational disease – Opinion No. 2,081
- Redundancy Payments Fund – Employers’ contributions for 2018 - Redundancy Payments Fund – Temporary unemployment – Employers’ contributions for 2018 - Opinion No. 2,068
Draft royal decree – Abolition of the double indexation for flat-rate wages for casual workers in the hotel and catering sector and in the horticulture and agriculture sectors, and for workers whose wage is made up (in whole or in part) of tips in the hot
Secretariat Paper 13_Land Value Capture and Urban Public Transport
This secretariat paper on international approaches to ‘Land Value Capture and Urban Public Transport’ is one of two secretariat papers prepared as part of a NESC study on ‘Land Use, Land Value and Urban Development’ (NESC Report No.145).
Land Value Capture and Urban Public Transport
Associative work, citizen-to-citizen occasional services and collaborative economy via a recognised platform – Draft law and draft royal decree – Follow-up to report No. 107 on digitisation and collaborative economy – Opinion No. 2,065
Secretariat Paper 12_Reflections on Infrastructure Policy and Institutional Developments in the UK
This paper describes and reflects on the evolution of the UK’s approach to infrastructure policy and planning. The purpose is to help inform the development of Irish infrastructure policy as we return to higher levels of investment. The paper focuses on institutional and governance issues: how infrastructure plans are formulated, and how policy decisions are made, responded to by stakeholders, implemented, maintained and evaluated.
Reflections on Infrastructure Policy and Institutional Developments in the UK
RESOLUTION ON WHITE PAPER FOR THE FUTURE OF EUROPE: REFLECTIONS AND SCENARIOS FOR THE EU27 BY 2025 EUROPEAN COMMISSION COM (2017) 2025, 1 March 2017
The ESC President's Board decided to develop a Resolution on "White Paper on the Future of Europe: Reflections and Scenarios for the EU27 by 2025"