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Types of grants available

Updated: 23 Nov 2014
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Replacement grants are aimed at unfit rural homes
Replacement grant Fermanagh
Due to the reduction in grants funding, we are currently only accepting applications for mandatory Disabled Facilities and Repair grants. Discretionary Renovation, Replacement and Home Repair Assistance grants are only available in exceptional circumstances. Exceptional circumstances are deemed to exist where there is an imminent and significant risk to the occupier. We are not currently accepting new applications for Houses in Multiple Occupation (HMO), Living over the Shop (LOTS), or Group Repair Schemes.

Renovation Grant

For the improvement of homes which have been been inspected and found to be unfit to live in, or a home that is presently fit to live in but which will become unfit if repairs are not carried out. These grants will only be approved in exceptional circumstances.

Disabled Facilities Grant

To provide adaptations to make it easier for a person with a disability to continue living in their home. These grants are unaffected by the current funding limitations.

Repair Grant

A grant which is available to landlords, agents and tenants towards the cost of repairing houses following the issue of statutory notices by the local council. These grants are unaffected by the current funding limitations.

Replacement Grant

For the replacement of homes in rural areas which have been deemed unfit to live in. These grants will only be approved in exceptional circumstances.

Home Repair Assistance Grant

A grant available to anyone eligible to carry out small-scale work. These grants will only be approved in exceptional circumstances.