House Condition Survey published
Published: Thur, 31 May 2018
Latest House Condition survey points to reduction in fuel poverty and improvements in the energy efficiency of households in Northern Ireland
The Housing Executive this morning has released the latest House Condition Survey which points to a reduction in the number of households in fuel poverty from 42% to 22% and continued progress in achieving higher levels of energy efficiency in Northern Ireland homes
The survey which was carried out May to November 2016 is the 12th of its type to be carried since 1974 and the first since 2011.
The key objective of the House Condition Survey is to provide a comprehensive picture of the conditions of all tenures and types across Northern Ireland which can be compared nationally with the rest of the UK.
The House Condition Survey provides a wealth of information, which is readily available to government departments, government agencies, the voluntary sector, charities, universities and many private sector interests, and helps determine future housing policy and initiatives.
You can now download:
- The full report at www.nihe.gov.uk/house_condition_survey
- The full press release at https://www.nihe.gov.uk/housing_conditions_survey_pr.pdf ( 257 KB)