Minister defends tradesperson parking sixfold hike

2024-02-07T10:51:24+00:007 February 2024|

A sixfold price rise for parking permits for tradespeople is “not particularly big” after 18 years without an increase, the infrastructure minister has said.

A single permit, which includes 10 days of parking, previously cost £10 but […]

DoI spend on uniforms triples since 2020

2023-12-01T08:44:10+00:001 December 2023|

In the last three years the Department of Infrastructure have tripled their Uniform spend with UK suppliers.

The question came for written answer from Onchan MHK, Rob Callister.

In 2020 the department spent £10,950, in 2021/22 £18,809 and in the last year £33,675.

The reasons […]

MHK fears roads plan is being forgotten

2022-08-12T11:21:40+01:0030 May 2022|

Rob CallisterOnchan Road Map was published four years ago

An MHK fears a plan to improve safety on roads in his constituency is being forgotten four years after it was published.

Onchan member Rob Callister will seek an update on progress on the […]

Question to the DOI Minister – 22 Jul 2020

2020-08-20T12:48:18+01:0022 July 2020|

The Hon. Member for Onchan (Mr Callister) to ask the Minister for Infrastructure:
Pursuant to the Select Committee Report on Accommodation for Vulnerable Young People, what work has been undertaken to review the regulations relating to the entry of care leavers and estranged young people onto public sector housing waiting lists and […]

Callister to DOI just an interim appointment

2022-08-12T12:04:19+01:0018 July 2020|

Rob CallisterIt could change following Douglas South by-election

Rob Callister says he might not be in the Department of Infrastructure for long.

The Onchan MHK was appointed to his third government role yesterday, on top of his responsibilities in the departments of enterprise, […]

Onchan MHK joins DOI with “a lot of difficulties”

2022-08-12T12:04:27+01:0018 July 2020|

Rob CallisterCallister says it’s “better to resolve problems from within”

The promenade scheme, Governor’s Dip and Glencrutchery Road all contributed to Rob Callister’s decision to join the infrastructure department.

He’s joining on an interim basis, with specific responsibility for ports, and will also work […]

Callister joins DoI

2022-08-12T12:04:35+01:0018 July 2020|

Rob Callister, MHKThe Department of Infrastructure has an elected political member again, as Onchan MHK Rob Callister has joined the department, on an interim basis.

Mr Callister’s appointment comes after both Jason Moorhouse and Julie Edge quit the department after Tim Baker […]

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