A new community safety strategy has been launched by the Housing Executive.
The Met Office has issued a yellow warning for rain between 3.00am Tuesday 23 February and 11.59pm on Tuesday 23 February 2021.
Community spirit was in flying high last month, with the Housing Executive part funding Gortnaghey Community Association to host a Christmas community event.
Almost 2000 participants are set to benefit from two new initiatives to bring together residents from six interface communities across Belfast.
On February 25, 1971, the legislation that established the Northern Ireland Housing Executive became law.
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Tenants in the Brownstown Road area of Portadown are having their homes modernised, courtesy of the Housing Executive. Work is underway on the planned improvement scheme where 46 properties will have new kitchens and bathrooms installed.
A successful community-based planting scheme in Newry is receiving help and support from the Housing Executive.
Neighbourhood spaces in the Castleview area of Killyleagh have been completely transformed by the Housing Executive.
A memorial garden for young people, who have passed away from O’Kane Park/Culmore Park in Omagh, has been revamped by the Housing Executive
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Residents in the Newry Street area of Kilkeel are set to enjoy an egg-cellent Easter, thanks to recent Community Grant funding from the Housing Executive.
A number of Housing Executive garages are being made available to rent at sites across the greater Ballymena area.
Portaferry Community Collective Ltd used funding from the Housing Executive’s Community Grant Scheme to help digitally connect local residents.
Dundrum Village Association used funding from the Housing Executive’s Community Grant Scheme to create care packages for older residents.
Glen Community House has undergone an extensive refurbishment thanks to the Housing Executive.
A recently erected sign in Castlemara is getting people’s attention in Carrickfergus, thanks to funding from the Housing Executive.
Hundreds of trees have been planted in Belfast by the Housing Executive to mark the official launch of its NI Energy Advice Service.
Funding from the Housing Executive’s Community Grant Scheme has recently helped Granaghan & District Women’s Group deliver online health and well-being workshops.
Local households could save around £700 a year if their homes are adapted to meet modern energy standards, according to newly released Housing Executive research.