Regulatory decisions and orders
Our regulatory work is concerned with ensuring that charities comply with their legal obligations. This may include, for example, undertaking investigations into apparent misconduct or mismanagement in the administration of charities, or issuing directions to the charity in order to improve its governance.
This section is where we will publish the results of our regulatory work. Publishing the outcomes and wider lessons of this work is an important way of encouraging trustees to ensure they comply with their legal obligations, as well as helping to protect charities against abuse.
Use the links below to view regulatory decisions which have been taken by the Commission.
- Orders of the Commission
- Publicity for orders relating to charity trustees and other individuals
- Register of removed trustees
- Decisions on waiving trustee disqualifications
- Statutory inquiry reports
- Thematic reports and case studies on concerns about charities
Order of the Charity Commission for Northern Ireland
20190215 Orders of the Charity Commission for Northern Ireland
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Publicity for orders relating to charity trustees and other individuals
Following the opening of a statutory inquiry under section 22 of the Charities Act (Northern Ireland) 2008, the Commission hereby gives notice of its intention to remove Mr Brian Greene as charity trustee, officer and agent of the charity Morning Star House (NIC101035), under section 33(2) of the Charities Act (Northern Ireland) 2008.
The Commission is giving this notice in accordance with section 40 of the Charities Act (Northern Ireland) 2008.
Representations on the Commission’s proposal are invited and must be submitted in writing before 25 January 2019, addressed to The Enquiries Team at:
Charity Commission for Northern Ireland
257 Lough Road
Representations should include contact details for the individual or organisation making the representation, for potential follow-up by the Commission.
As the inquiry into Morning Star remains open, the Commission is not in a position to go into further detail at this time.