Find out why the Housing Executive was formed in 1971, and the principles that have guided us ever since, in our video.
Our Chair, Peter Roberts, reflects on the crucial role of social housing in Northern Ireland as we mark the 50th anniversary of the formation of the Housing Executive.
In order to secure their right to live and work in the UK following the UK’s exit from the EU, most EU, EEA, and Swiss nationals (and their family members) need to apply under the UK Government’s EU Settlement Scheme (EUSS).
Local households could save around £700 a year if their homes are adapted to meet modern energy standards, according to newly released Housing Executive research.
On February 25, 1971, the legislation that established the Northern Ireland Housing Executive became law.
Housing Executive Chair, Professor Peter Roberts, is delighted to announce the appointment of Grainia Long as the organisation’s new Chief Executive.