Find out how to contact us about a variety of different services.
Corporate information about the Housing Executive.
Find out about the board members of the Northern Ireland Housing Executive.
Clark Bailie was appointed Chief Executive in September 2015, after joining the Housing Executive as Director of Finance in December 2007.
Our mission is working in partnership to ensure that everyone has access to a good affordable home in a safe and healthy community. Learn more...
Learn about our senior members of staff and board members.
Learn about our complaints procedure and how you can make a complaint.
Download our monthly board minutes.
Professor Peter Roberts has been appointed the Housing Executive's Interim Chair.
Our goal is that everyone has access to decent, affordable housing and our task is to work with communities and other organisations to meet the housing needs of existing and future generations. Learn more about our strategic objectives.
This page will give you all the information on data protection. Find out more.
The Housing Executive’s FOI procedures manual provides detailed guidance to staff. Find out more.
The Northern Ireland Housing Executive needs to ensure its acts within the law. Find out about the legislation we are governed by.
Corporate Governance is the system that guides and controls an organisation. Find out more about corporate governance at the Northern Ireland Housing Executive.
We produce the Commissioning Prospectus to provide housing associations, developers and other interested stakeholders detailed information about the requirements for the provision of new social and affordable housing throughout Northern Ireland.
This section will give you an overview of who we are, what we do and how we aim to do it.
Our vision is one in which housing plays its part in creating a peaceful, inclusive, prosperous and fair society.
We’ve closed our Great Victoria Street office but don’t worry you can speak to a member of our staff by calling into our office on May Street.
The Social Housing Development Programme (SHDP) provides social housing in Northern Ireland. Find out more about the programme.
A decent home is one which meets modern standards of fitness, structure, energy efficiency and facilities. Learn how we are working hard to bring all homes in Northern Ireland up to standard.
In this section you can read about our strategies for a wide range of issues.
This page shows the relationship between the Housing Executive and its sponsor departments. Find out more.
Since the mid 1980s we have expanded our activities to encourage a more active and participative involvement of residents and community groups in the delivery of housing services.
This section gives information about our approach to corporate governance, and you can also access our most recent board minutes.
If you're interested in working with the Housing Executive, this section gives you all the information you need.
In this section you'll find the most recent corporate data.
The Housing Executive is committed to protecting your personal information and we take this responsibility seriously. Find out more.
We consult with a range of agencies on all matters that affect housing policy. Find out more.
National Statistics status means that official statistics meet the highest standards of trustworthiness, quality and public value.
We work in partnership with a range of organisations and stakeholders. We provide detailed information about what is needed to provide new social and affordable housing throughout Northern Ireland.
Under data protection of law, you have a number of rights in relation to your personal data. This page outlines these rights.
Board Minutes (January 2019).