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The role of finance in unblocking housing supply
Access to finance is one of the biggest barriers to building more homes – making it a major theme at next month’s Northern Ireland Unblocking Housing Supply Conference, as CIH Northern Ireland policy and public affairs officer Justin Cartwright explains.
Chartered Institute of Housing - Posted 12/03/2014

Sixty Icon Costs for low income PRS households increasingly unaffordable
Commenting on the Department for Social Development’s report on the impact of changes to housing benefit and local housing allowances on the private rented sector, Justin Cartwright, policy and public affairs officer at the Chartered Institute of Housing in Northern Ireland, said: “This report highlights an on-going issue for people on low incomes who are living in the private rented sector – their housing costs are becoming increasingly unaffordable.
Chartered Institute of Housing - Posted 12/03/2014

Funding for housing qualifications welcomed by CIH Northern Ireland
CIH NI welcomes the news that many new students on this year’s level 3 housing qualifications will benefit from up to 75% funding from Asset Skills NI.
Chartered Institute of Housing - Posted 11/03/2014

Video: Northern Ireland housing fraud is 'a huge problem'
The auditor general for Northern Ireland, Kieran Donnelly has said that housing fraud is a 'huge problem'.
BBC - Posted 11/03/2014

Sixty Icon BBC Spotlight investigation uncovers NI housing fraud
Homeless families in Northern Ireland are being denied a place to live because of benefit cheats, a BBC Spotlight investigation has discovered.
BBC - Posted 11/03/2014

Sixty Icon PwC: Northern Ireland's poorest '£1,000 a year worst off'
Northern Ireland's poorest households are £1,000 a year worse off than 10 years ago, according to new research.
BBC - Posted 11/03/2014

Sixty Icon 'Daily signs' of economic recovery
There are now almost daily signs that Northern Ireland is on the road to economic recovery, Stormont's Finance minister has insisted.
Belfast Telegraph - Posted 11/03/2014

Continued economic recovery for NI private sector
Northern Ireland's private sector experienced continued economic recovery last month, according to the latest survey of businesses.
BBC - Posted 11/03/2014

Sixty Icon Sinn Fein councillor calls for Housing Executive 'bombing
During a Fermanagh District Council meeting last week, cllr Stephen Huggett said that Northern Ireland’s strategic housing authority should have a bomb put under its headquarters because of its "abysmal record of traveller accommodation in the county."
24 Housing - Posted 10/03/2014

Sixty Icon Northern Ireland cities at the top of most affordable table
Four of the UK's most affordable cities are in Northern Ireland, according to a new report.
Belfast Telegraph - Posted 10/03/2014

£2m investment in Craigavon homes
The £2.1m investment is being made through heating replacement works in our properties in the Craigavon Borough Council area.
Northern Ireland Housing Executive - Posted 09/03/2014

Sixty Icon North Queen Street PSNI station to be developed for housing
Planning approval has been granted to develop a former PSNI station in north Belfast for housing.
BBC - Posted 07/03/2014

Sixty Icon NICVA says NI public more interested in economy than politics
People in NI pay more attention to economic than political issues, according to research commissioned by a charity group.
BBC - Posted 07/03/2014

Sixty Icon Congratulations to all our winners!
CIH NI interim director Josie Twinning said: "The breadth and quality of this year's entrants has once again surpassed our expectations - congratulations to everyone who has been nominated and of course to our winners.
Chartered Institute of Housing - Posted 06/03/2014

Sixty Icon CIH recognise our support for shared neighbourhoods
The work of our Community Cohesion Team to promote shared neighbourhoods has been recognised at the recent Chartered Institute of Housing NI’s awards ceremony.
Northern Ireland Housing Executive - Posted 06/03/2014

Sixty Icon Northern Ireland rates relief scheme to be extended
A scheme set up to help Northern Ireland businesses in the recession could be continued beyond its 2015 end date.
BBC - Posted 06/03/2014

Sixty Icon Housing associations recognised at CIH NI Awards 2014
NIFHA would like to congratulate all of our members who were nominated in the 2014 Chartered Institute of Housing NI Housing Awards.
Northern Ireland Federation of Housing Associations - Posted 05/03/2014

Sixty Icon Belfast Harbour faces opposition to City Quays development
The government agency that protects historic buildings is continuing to object to a high-rise development at Belfast docks.
BBC - Posted 05/03/2014

Sixty Icon Stuck in negative equity? You could face 10 more years of it
Northern Ireland has the highest rate of negative equity in the UK – with some homeowners likely to remain stuck with a home worth less than the mortgage on it for the next decade.
Belfast Telegraph - Posted 04/03/2014

Sixty Icon Housing for Poyntzpass?
Do you think the Poyntzpass area needs more housing?
Northern Ireland Housing Executive - Posted 04/03/2014

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