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How to apply for social rented housing through the Housing Executive or housing associations in Northern Ireland. How we assess applications, and how to request a transfer or exchange.
Lists the current Local Housing Allowance (LHA) rent levels for each of the eight Broad Rental Market Areas (BRMAs) in Northern Ireland.
The amount of Housing Benefit you receive can be limited - if you rent from a private landlord, LHA rules may mean you receive less than your full rent.
Details how the current LHA rent levels are calculated, and which ones have increased from the previous 2015 levels.
Advice on avoiding homelessness and debt, and the process of looking for and moving into your first home.
Advice about what to do if you're struggling to pay your rent, or if you're in arrears.
Local Housing Allowance (LHA) is a rent assessment scheme for those who rent in the private sector. It determines the amount of Housing Benefit that can be paid.
The previous LHA rent levels which were in effect from 1 April 2018 to 31 March 2019. These rates have been superseded by the current rent levels.
Our rent scheme is used to calculate the rent you pay when living in one of our homes. Every home is allocated points based on its age, design and facilities. The rent is based on the total number of these points.
Find out more here.