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Sixty Icon PDF: Northern Ireland Housing Statistics 2016-17
The Northern Ireland Housing Statistics is an annual compendium of statistics which provides information on a range of areas relating to housing.
Department for Communities - Posted 05/12/2017

Social housing demand at record highs
The number of households in housing stress in Northern Ireland has reached a record high, according to annual housing statistics released today by the Department for Communities.
Chartered Institute of Housing - Posted 05/12/2017

Sixty Icon Landmark 27,000 homes purchased through Co-Ownership in Northern Ireland
Confirmation follows annual report results showing first-time buyers made up 96% of Co-Ownership Housing home completions in 2016/17.
24 Housing - Posted 05/12/2017

No 'misunderstanding' of Brexit text - DUP
A Democratic Unionist Party MP has said his party had "no misunderstanding" about the text of an agreement on the Irish border between the UK and the EU.
BBC - Posted 05/12/2017

Sixty Icon Welfare reform causing 'hardship' for disabled in NI
Changes to the benefits system are imposing "real hardship" on many disabled people across Northern Ireland, UK ministers have been told.
BBC - Posted 03/12/2017

Sixty Icon Sammy Wilson warns Brexit talks may jeopardise DUP-Tory deal
DUP MP Sammy Wilson has warned that his party's deal to support the Conservative government could be jeopardised by the Brexit negotiations.
BBC - Posted 01/12/2017

Northern Ireland businesses enjoy total sales of £69bn during course of past year
Northern Ireland businesses have posted sales of almost £69bn in the last year - representing a 2.7% rise.
Belfast Telegraph - Posted 01/12/2017

Sixty Icon CIH NI calls for government-backed property management scheme
The Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH) Northern Ireland has called for a government-backed licensing scheme for Northern Ireland’s private landlords.
Inside Housing - Posted 01/12/2017

RHI inquiry: Consultants deny their pay led to tariff flaw
Consultants who designed the RHI scheme have denied that they did not flag potential problems in it because they "weren't being paid enough".
BBC - Posted 30/11/2017

Sixty Icon Ex-Stormont minister wins right to challenge social housing build
A former Stormont minister has won the legal right to challenge a decision to give planning approval for social housing apartments beside his home.
Belfast Telegraph - Posted 30/11/2017

CIH calls for a property management licensing scheme for Northern Ireland
Findings from an independent evaluation of a new programme for private landlords has prompted the Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH) Northern Ireland to call for a government backed scheme to recognise landlord accreditation.
Chartered Institute of Housing - Posted 30/11/2017

Sixty Icon The Big Interview: We talk to Clark Bailie, head of Northern Ireland Housing Executive
VIEW editor Brian Pelan talks to Clark Bailie, Chief Executive of the Northern Ireland Housing Executive, about their Homelessness Strategy for 2017-2022 and other related issues, including the Supporting People budget
VIEWdigital - Posted 30/11/2017

Sixty Icon Northern Ireland Benefits Statistics Summary at August 2017 is published
The Northern Ireland Benefits Statistics Summary, providing an overview of the main DfC administered benefits, was published by the Department for Communities today.
Department for Communities - Posted 30/11/2017

Sixty Icon PDF: Northern Ireland Benefits Statistics Summary - August 2017
The Department for Communities (DfC) publishes the Benefits Statistics Summary Bulletin each quarter. The DfC Benefit Statistics Summary brings together key National Statistics on the main DfC administered benefits.
Department for Communities - Posted 30/11/2017

Sixty Icon 'Serious nursing shortage' - NI Health regulator
Northern Ireland's health regulator has formally notified the health department there is a serious nursing shortage across hospital and community services.
BBC - Posted 30/11/2017

Sixty Icon Unions demand Brokenshire acts over delay in pay rises
Decisions on pay rises for thousands of public sector workers are being affected by Northern Ireland's political deadlock, unions have said.
BBC - Posted 29/11/2017

Sixty Icon RHI inquiry: Northern Ireland officials not told of restrictions
The Treasury did not tell officials in Northern Ireland about restrictions on Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) scheme funding, an inquiry has been told.
BBC - Posted 29/11/2017

Sixty Icon East Belfast has fastest rising house prices in Northern Ireland
House prices in east Belfast are going up faster than anywhere else in Northern Ireland - with an average rise of more than £8,000 in the last 12 months.
Belfast Telegraph - Posted 29/11/2017

Sixty Icon RHI inquiry: First witness gives evidence to Stormont hearing
The chair of Northern Ireland's Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) inquiry has said he sees no evidence of a "senior hand" guiding the scheme.
BBC - Posted 29/11/2017

PDF: Inter-Departmental Homelessness Action Plan Priorities and Actions for 2017–2018
This Inter-Departmental Homelessness Action Plan has been developed to complement the Northern Ireland Housing Executive’s new Homelessness Strategy.
Department for Communities - Posted 28/11/2017

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