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Sixty Icon 6,000 funded childcare places are unveiled... but fears that 'working poor' may miss out
The SDLP says while it welcomes the creation of 6,000 new funded childcare places announced yesterday, it is worried that some people increasingly classified as the "working poor" will miss out.
Belfast Telegraph - Posted 28/03/2014

6,000 new childcare places created
Up to 6,000 new childcare places have been created by Stormont ministers - a £15 million investment that is set to generate 750 jobs in the sector.
Belfast Telegraph - Posted 28/03/2014

Sixty Icon Housing panel for Fermanagh and Tyrone
Social housing tenants in Fermanagh and Tyrone will be offered a greater say in the future of their neighbourhoods with the creation of new local tenant-led panels.
Northern Ireland Housing Executive - Posted 27/03/2014

Sixty Icon Mural reimaged on Ballysally estate
The last of nine paramilitary murals to be reimaged on the Ballysally estate in Coleraine has been unveiled, marking another step on the journey from conflict to normalisation.
Northern Ireland Housing Executive - Posted 26/03/2014

Sixty Icon 127 new homes for Derry in social housing boost
Environment Minister Mark H Durkan has recommended planning approval for 127 social housing units at the former St Peters' High School site in Creggan in Londonderry.
Belfast Telegraph - Posted 26/03/2014

Sixty Icon ‘Taking Stock of Social Housing Reforms', Cameron Watt, NIFHA Chief Executive
Following DSD’s publication of their report on the first stage of the Social Housing Reform Programme, Cameron Watt discusses the proposals and their potential implications for housing associations.
Northern Ireland Federation of Housing Associations - Posted 25/03/2014

Audio: Reducing poverty is about more than just getting people into work, says Les Allamby
Law Centre (NI) is a not for profit agency working to advance social welfare rights in Northern Ireland.
Audioboo - Posted 25/03/2014

Social landlord appoints new chair
A Northern Irish housing association has announced the appointment of a new chair.
24 Housing - Posted 25/03/2014

NI household incomes 'lowest in UK'
Two reports into pay for Northern Ireland workers have claimed that the economic crash has hit people harder than their counterparts in other areas of the UK with household incomes over three times less.
UTV - Posted 25/03/2014

Audio: What can be done to redress the poverty facing so many in Northern Ireland?
The poorest families in Northern Ireland have suffered a dramatic fall in their income following the economic downturn, deteriorating at a markedly worse rate than the rest of UK, new research published today has found.
Audioboo - Posted 25/03/2014

Declining incomes and rising poverty: Northern Ireland is falling behind the rest of the UK
Northern Ireland has been hard hit by a weak labour market and growing unemployment, says Adam Tinson.
Joseph Rowntree Foundation - Posted 25/03/2014

Sixty Icon CIH NI says strategy is key to tackling antisocial behaviour
Commenting on the Department for Social Development’s proposal for an Anti-Social Behaviour (ASB) Bill, Justin Cartwright, policy and public affairs officer at the Chartered Institute of Housing in Northern Ireland, said: “We are concerned that the main proposal – to introduce short secure tenancies – may be used to fast track evictions instead of providing support to vulnerable individuals and households.
Chartered Institute of Housing - Posted 25/03/2014

Sixty Icon Clanmil Boosts First-time Buyers
Clanmil Housing Association today confirmed details of a new initiative to move first time buyers onto the property ladder.
Clanmil Housing Association - Posted 25/03/2014

Sixty Icon Consultation Response to the Proposed Housing (Anti-Social Behaviour) Bill Northern Ireland
Anti-social behaviour is one of the key issues affecting the successful management of tenancies, neighbourhoods and communities. Housing associations are fully committed to creating and maintaining safe and sustainable homes and communities which foster a sense of security and wellbeing for all who live in them.
Northern Ireland Federation of Housing Associations - Posted 25/03/2014

Monitoring poverty and social exclusion in Northern Ireland 2014
The latest data on poverty in Northern Ireland, focusing on the links between poverty, work, disability and age.
Joseph Rowntree Foundation - Posted 25/03/2014

Northern Ireland's poorest 'still struggle after downturn'
The poorest people in Northern Ireland are continuing to struggle after the economic downturn, two reports suggest.
BBC - Posted 25/03/2014

Poorest's income 'down drastically'
Northern Ireland's poorest families have suffered a dramatic fall in income leaving them worse off than anywhere else in the UK because of the economic downturn, a new report claimed.
Belfast Telegraph - Posted 25/03/2014

Sixty Icon Northern Ireland's poorest families fall behind rest of UK after dramatic drop in income
The poorest families in Northern Ireland have suffered a dramatic fall in their income following the economic downturn, deteriorating at a markedly worse rate than the rest of UK, new research published today has found.
Joseph Rowntree Foundation - Posted 25/03/2014

Important gas safety advice for tenants
To ensure the safe performance of all heating systems in its properties, the Housing Executive inspects and services all appliances annually.
Northern Ireland Housing Executive - Posted 25/03/2014

Read our briefing to MLAs on the Housing Crisis Assembly Motion
On Monday 24th March the Assembly will debate the motion: “That this Assembly notes with concern, that in March 2013, there were 41,356 applicants registered on the social housing waiting list, with 22,414 deemed to be in housing stress and 9,878 accepted as statutorily homeless; further notes the Programme for Government 11-15 commitment to deliver 8,000 social and affordable homes will not match the current level of need; and calls on the Minister for Social Development to begin to tackle the housing crisis by committing to deliver an additional 4,000 social and affordable homes by the end of the current Programme for Government 11-15 period.”
Northern Ireland Federation of Housing Associations - Posted 24/03/2014

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