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Religion, politics and the Housing Bishop
Next month the Church of England’s first Housing Bishop will be officially installed at a ceremony at Chelmsford Cathedral.
A new kind of living: NI gets its first co-housing community
Northern Ireland’s first co-housing project was launched earlier this month on a 13 acre site on the outskirts of Portaferry, Co Down.
Poverty in the UK
The UK was struggling to get to grips with poverty before the pandemic. Immediate needs and underlying issues both need to be addressed in any recovery.
The Right to a Home
Communities Minister Carál Ní Chuilín explains her plans to revitalise the Housing Executive.
How social housing can put wealth back into local communities
In all the excitement that surrounded the announcement of a new housing policy last week, it is important not to forget the enormous role played by Housing Associations in Northern Ireland.
Housing policy prompts Stormont love-in
We’ve become used to American politicians coming over to Northern Ireland to show us how to run a democracy.
Northern Ireland has the lowest poverty rates in the UK
The latest annual poverty report from the Joseph Rowntree Foundation shows the importance of affordable housing.
Politicians and policy: lessons from Dublin
There is little or no serious discussion about public policy in Northern Ireland, with or without a functioning government. This needs to change.
Report released into alleged housing charity impropriety
The Charity Commission says Victoria Housing Estates Ltd, under the stewardship of Co Down solicitor Derek Tughan, lost £12m in questionable loans and suffered a £21m underspend on its properties.