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COVID-19 (Coronavirus) information

In line with government advice on the management of the coronavirus outbreak, we have made changes in the way we deliver our services. These changes are intended to protect our customers and our staff while continuing to provide key essential services. To help us do this, please use our online services as the first way to contact us. Check out our FAQs for more info.

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Get in touch. Report, apply and pay online

In response to Public Health Agency guidelines following the COVID-19 outbreak, we have had to review how we provide our services so we can protect our tenants and customers. This is why we have closed all public facing areas in our offices and suspended staff visits to tenants’ homes. 

Get online with the My Housing Executive digital tenant portal

We all lead really busy lives. That’s why it is important that you can contact us from the comfort of your home using the new My Housing Executive tenant portal.

New Financial Inclusion Managers Offer Advice to tenants

Our three Financial Inclusion Managers have been working in-house to provide our tenants with sound financial advice throughout COVID-19. 

Members reappointed to the Housing Executive Board

Communities Minister Deirdre Hargey, MLA, has reappointed Jim McCall and Derek Wilson to the Board of the Housing Executive for a second term from June 1st 2020 for a period of five years, having both served on the Board since June 1st 2015.

Housing Executive launches Covid-19 Response Fund for community groups

A new £260,000 Covid-19 Response Fund has been made available by the Housing Executive to assist community groups working to respond to the emergency on the ground across Northern Ireland.

Continued investment in energy efficiency measures leads to reduced levels of fuel poverty

The Housing Executive has published the Home Energy Conservation Authority (HECA) Progress Report 2019 demonstrating how energy efficiency investment has reduced fuel poverty in Northern Ireland.

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