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Provides information on group housing, serviced sites and transit sites for the Irish Traveller community in Northern Ireland
We are always keen to involve residents and their local community associations in discussing and developing their local services and adressing housing issues generally. To achieve this we established the Housing Community Network (HCN) in 1982.
It is our duty to make sure that housing is provided on the basis of need. Learn about our work to address community division and segregation which can affect many aspects of our lives.
We are always keen to involve residents in discussing and developing their local services and addressing housing issues generally.
Since the mid 1980s we have expanded our activities to encourage a more active and participative involvement of residents and community groups in the delivery of housing services.
Housing Executive local district offices are responsible for Irish Traveller community accommodation in Northern Ireland. This section gives advice on serviced sites and transit sites.
In Northern Ireland the proportion of older people aged 65 or over is projected to rise from 15.9% to 24.8% over the period to 2041.
Over 200 community groups from across Northern Ireland gathered for the annual Housing Community Network Community Conference.
Community organisations should help to empower individuals and build a better society. Find out how to create your own community group.
The Housing Executive loves working in the community and welcomes engagement from any new groups. Moss-side Community Association contacted the Housing Executive about promoting their newly formed group and were granted Community Cohesion funding to have a Christmas celebration event for the residents.
People from the Fountain Street area were celebrating the 20th anniversary of their Community Development Association last week, with a photographic timeline display of days gone by.
The Housing Executive was pleased to provide community cohesion funding to Melmount and East Bank Estates Community Associations Forum to hold a Christmas celebration event earlier this month.
Nominations are now open for the third annual Live Here Love Here Community Awards and we are calling on you to make sure to nominate your ‘Community Heroes’, the people who voluntarily make your community cleaner, greener and safer.
Derrytresk Community Group used funding from our Community Grant Scheme to run a First Aid Course over two days in the local community centre.
Residents in Downpatrick have used funding from our Community Cohesion Unit to piece together inspirational archived footage, showing how the community cared for one another.
The local saying ‘up a tree in Rosemount’ locally means avoiding trouble or running away. Not so anymore, as Rosemount Resource Centre and the Housing Executive are helping residents from the Rosemount area talk about their past and process events in a positive, supportive environment.
Clady Cross Community Development Association was delighted by the attention their hand made creations drew when they hosted an arts and crafts display last Saturday, funded by the Housing Executive.
Details of the Housing Executive’s co-operation policy that allows Irish Travellers to camp on public land on a short-term basis subject to certain conditions.