Welcome to judithcochrane.com where you can discover more about me and East Belfast, the constituency I represent within the Northern Ireland Assembly. In our role as elected representatives, I believe it's important for us to be accommodating and accessible to all our constituents and I hope that through my website, I can engage more effectively with my constituents and keep you better informed of my work on your behalf. The site also serves as a platform for you to contact me directly with any concerns or comments you might have and I would encourage you to get in touch regarding any issue, big or small. Thank you for taking the time to visit the site and I look forward to hearing from you soon.
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  • titanic
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  • CS Lewis_Library
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  • Visiting the Royal Mail East Belfast Delivery Office
  • Titanic Building
  • Launching '1 More in 4' proposals for All Party Group on SMEs
  • C.S. Lewis - Holywood Arches Library
  • Maths Week with Strandtown Primary
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Judith has welcomed the results of investigation the by the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) into the private motor insurance (PMI) market. The investigation discovered several areas where PMI competition was being impeded and inefficiencies were causing artificially high prices.



Following the centralisation of vehicle registration and licensing services by the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) in Swansea, many constituents have been left unsure of what services are still provided locally. With this in mind, these tables help to outline the services that the Driver & Vehicle Agency (DVA) continues to deliver in Northern Ireland and what services are no longer the responsibility of the DVA and have now transferred to DVLA.



Speaking as Secretary of the Assembly Group on Cancer, Judith has welcomed the move by the Health Minister to review the Individual Funding Request process. The system is in place to determine whether the health service will provide specialist drugs that are currently not available routinely on the NHS in Northern Ireland.


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Judith has welcomed news that the Newtownards Road Post Office at 270 Newtownards Road is to become one of Royal Mail's new main style Post Office branches. 

In light of the work required, the branch will need to close for refurbishment next Monday 29 September 2014 at 17:30, before the new-look Post Office re-opens on Wednesday 8 October 2014 at 13:00.


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With work due to start on the section of the Belfast Rapid Transit route on the Upper Newtownards Road between Albertbridge Road and Sandown Road early in 2015, a Public Information Event will take place in Holywood Arches Library this Thursday 25th September 2014 between 12:30pm and 7:45pm and Friday 26th September 2014 between 12:30pm and 5:15pm.


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