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  • 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 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 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.. 

  • 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 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. 

  • 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.

  • Two rebuilt bungalows

    Breathing new life into Larne homes

    Two bungalows in the Seacourt Estate in Larne have been rebuilt, transforming the area and providing much needed, top quality homes. These one bedroom semi-detached bungalows at Seacliff Road, originally built in 1977, were badly damaged by fire a few years ago.  

  • A large group of children hold up their certificates.

    Armoy Children graduate Miniversity!

    Primary schools in the village of Armoy have been celebrating success with the Miniversity careers programme at their graduation ceremony this week, thanks to funding from the Housing Executive.

  • Top tips for winter home maintenance - graphic.

    Top Tips for Winter

    During the winter months it's important to be prepared if a sudden cold spell hits.

  • A woman answers the door to an unknown man.

    Not sure? Don’t open the door.

    You should never feel embarrassed about refusing to let someone into your home. Only let someone in when you’re absolutely sure that they’re genuine and you want them in your home.

  • Energy Saving Week launch outside Belfast City Hall

    Energy Saving Week – Your chance to Save Money and Save Energy

    We are urging everyone to become top of the class and use our Top 5 Energy Saving tips.

  • A group of school children leap into the air.

    We’re encouraging P7 pupils to go on an energy saving trip

    We are giving away a free trip to W5 in Belfast and cash prizes worth up to £500 as part of our ‘Design an eco-home’ art competition for primary seven pupils.

  • A large group of school children stand outdoors with several adults.

    P7 pupils go on an energy saving trip!

    Talented pupils won cash prizes for their school and a free trip to W5, Belfast for their class as part of our ‘Design an Eco-Home’ art competition for primary seven pupils.

  • Pupils pose with their art.

    Lawrencetown school children dream big

    Pupils from St Colman’s Bann Primary School, Lawrencetown were given the exciting opportunity to design their fantasy home recently when they took part in our ‘My Dream Home’ art competition.

  • A small group of men and women with a certificate and award.

    Social Enterprise NI Awards 2018

    We were proud to take home the Stakeholder of the Year award on Friday night at #SocEntNIAwards18 for our Social Housing Enterprise programme. 

  • Two women stand in a kitchen with a bunch of flowers

    80 homes get new kitchens and bathrooms in Armagh

    We recently installed new kitchens and bathrooms in almost 80 of our tenants’ homes in Keady, Poyntzpass and Richhill.

  • Two school children with their prizes and artwork.

    Dream homes in Derrytrasna, Aghacommon and Derrymacash

    As part of a housing need test in the rural areas, local primary school children took part in our ‘My Dream Home’ art competition.

  • Two children pose with their prizes

    Dream homes in Clady

    As part of a housing need test, primary school children in Clady took part in our ‘My Dream Home’ art competition.

  • A hand holds a small house shaped prop.

    Homing in on Moneyslane

    People in need of a home are being encouraged to register their interest in living in social or affordable housing in Moneyslane by contacting our Rural and Regeneration Unit. 

  • Tenants pictured in their new kitchen

    Shantallow homes get new kitchens and bathrooms

    The Housing Executive has installed new kitchens and bathrooms in tenants’ homes in the Amelia Court and McCartney Park areas of Shantallow, Derry-Londonderry.

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