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  • Three youth workers.

    Youth project tackles anti-social behaviour

    A youth project across the Mid & East Antrim borough has been providing young people at risk with a structured programme of activity at key times when anti-social behaviour is more likely to occur, such as evenings and school holidays.

  • A man and woman walking on the footpath.

    Community Safety Warden Service making an impact in Antrim & Newtownabbey

    The Housing Executive has partly funded a community safety warden scheme across Antrim & Newtownabbey. Working in partnership with Antrim & Newtownabbey Policing and Community Safety Partnership (PSCP), the scheme provides wardens in local estates at peak times to tackle anti-social behaviour and minor crime. 

  • A youth prepares to play pool, watched by a small group of adults.

    Community Safety funding creates a positive impact in Ballymacash

    Our funding is helping to reduce anti-social activity in the Ballymacash area of Lisburn.

  • A number of school children pose with a magazine.

    Housing Executive Launches Education Initiative in Limavady

    For the third year, the Housing Executive has funded an initiative that tackles the issues of crime, anti-social behaviour and community safety.  This year, pupils at St Mary’s Limavady and Limavady High School took part in the programme. 

  • A hand hold a Housing Executive staff pass.

    Be aware of bogus callers

    In recent days, bogus callers, claiming to be contractors working on behalf of the Housing Executive, have been in operation in the East Belfast area attempting to gain access to properties.

  • Two adults and a youth with artwork.

    Enabling young people to become more confident

    A local company has been working with young people in the City thanks to Community Safety funding from the Housing Executive. 4R’s Recycling secured the funding to tackle difficult issues such as addiction, personal and generational matters, initiating better awareness and making a difference for the whole community.

  • A group of people stand in front of a colurful mural.

    Strathroy young people put community safety first

    Strathroy Community Association recently held a celebration event for young people who had taken part in a community safety programme funded by us.. 

  • Volunteers pose inside the beach art they created

    Community beach artwork launches clean coasts week

    Local charity Keep Northern Ireland Beautiful, is calling for volunteers across Northern Ireland to get involved in Coca-Cola Clean Coasts Week, which runs from 1st-9th June 2019. In collaboration with the Housing Executive and other local organisations, the charity hopes to inspire you to help preserve our coastline for generations to come. 

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