1 edition of Registered Housing Associations in Northern Ireland 1996 found in the catalog.
Registered Housing Associations in Northern Ireland 1996
by Department of the Environment for Northern Ireland in Belfast
Written in English
Previous issue 1993.
|Statement||Department of the Environment for Northern Ireland.|
|Contributions||Great Britain. Department of the Environment for Northern Ireland.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||33|
a registered housing association within the meaning of the Housing Associations Act , or; a registered housing association within the meaning of Part II of the Housing (Northern Ireland. The name of the Society shall be Northern Ireland Co-Ownership Housing Association Limited (hereinafter called “the Association”). 2. The objects of the Association shall be: a) To promote and sustain the concept of Co-Ownership; b) To assist in the regeneration, rebuilding and revitalising of neighbourhoods and sustainable communities;.
Registered Housing Associations (RHAs) in Northern Ireland (NI) would be reclassified from the private to the public sector. This was based on an assessment of the level of control that government has over an organisation. The impact of this reclassification is that RHA’s expenditure, and in particular their spending on new homes programmes. NIFHA's Annual Conference takes place on Thurs 3rd and Fri 4th October at City Hotel L/Derry. This is the annual highlight of the NI Housing Association sector’s calendar. LEARN from the experts in social and affordable housing across the UK. Be INSPIRED, make new CONTACTS and build RELATIONSHIPS across the sector.
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Contact details for registered housing associations in Northern Ireland. They rent accommodation to tenants and specialise in accommodation for special needs groups.
They also develop new social housing for renting. Abbeyfield and Wesley Housing Association; Alpha Housing Association; Apex Housing Association; Ark Housing Association (NI) Ltd. Registered housing associations first came into being in Today there are 20 associations which include the Northern Ireland Co-ownership Housing Association.
The Department is the regulator of registered housing associations. Registered housing associations: provide rented accommodation; specialise in accommodation for special needs groups.
Approved Housing Bodies (AHBs) (also called housing associations or voluntary housing associations) are independent, not-for-profit organisations. They provide affordable rented housing for people who cannot afford to pay private sector rents or buy their own homes; or for particular groups, such as older people or homeless people.
Northern Ireland – Northern Ireland Federation of Housing Associations (NIFHA) The NHF (formerly the National Federation of Housing Associations) claimed that at the start of they had around non-profit housing organisations in their membership, owning or managing approximately million homes across England.
Northern Ireland. Registered housing associations (RHAs) in Northern Ireland should be classified to the public non-financial corporations subsector for the purpose of national accounts with effect from 15 Julythe date of enforcement of the Housing (Northern Ireland) Order Find Housing Associations near Northern Ireland on Yell, get contact details, opening hours, directions and a service overview.
Search for Housing Associations near you. Yell Business. Registered Office: 3 Forbury Place, Forbury Road, Reading, Berkshire, RG1 3YL. Registered in England and Wales No.
VAT Number: GB Housing associations emerged as social landlords in the mids and there are now 20 registered bodies operating across Northern Ireland. Their homes tend to be newer than Housing Executive stock which includes 33 tower blocks built in the s and s.
The Housing Executive (NIHE) and registered housing associations are social housing landlords. They rent their properties to people in housing need. Each social housing landlord is an independent organisation and can offer different services.
check you're eligible for social rented housing in Northern Ireland; Housing waiting list. NIFHA is the representative body for housing associations in Northern Ireland.
Our 20 members manage around more t social and affordable homes including family accommodation, sheltered and supported housing and shared ownership homes. We also invest millions every year in providing vital services and facilities for local communities. A key area of our business is addressing social housing need through the delivery of new social housing and creating opportunity for housing regeneration as reflected in our Programme for Government commitment.
We work closely with the Northern Ireland Housing Executive and Registered Housing Associations to achieve this. The Northern Ireland Federation of Housing Associations (NIFHA), which warned that reclassification could threaten the 2, per year target of new social home builds, welcomed the Executive decision.
All current registered housing associations in Northern Ireland within the meaning of the Housing (Northern Ireland) Order were industrial and provident societies.
This legal status no longer exists, and all Northern Irish industrial and provident societies which were established before 6 April are now referred to as 'pre Act. The Office for National Statistics (ONS) has today reclassified registered providers of social housing in Scotland as public non-financial corporations.
The classification applies with effect from 18 July ; the date of the Housing (Scotland) Act A review was undertaken to establish whether registered social landlords and housing associations, alongside those in Wales and Northern.
The Housing Act requires all social landlords to belong to the scheme. It includes registered housing associations and co-operatives, as well as trusts and companies.
Northern Ireland. Northern Ireland Housing Executive (Housing Executive herein) and the remain (30%) by housing associations. In addition, housing associations manage more than 4, units of accommodation that are not fully self-contained.
In common parlance Housing Executive dwellings are often still described as “council homes”, but since Department for Communities, through its ONS Bill Team, has issued a consultation paper entitled ‘Classification of Registered Housing Associations in Northern Ireland: Consultation Two – The Future of the House Sales Schemes’.
A public event will be held in Fermanagh House on Wednesday 22nd August between 10am – 12 and 2pm – 4pm, to provide. You should use this form if you are applying for social housing in Northern Ireland and either a) or b) below applies to you; a) You are an applicant or Housing Executive tenant.
b) You are a tenant of a housing association applying for a transfer. Please refer to Note 5 to see which office the completed form should be returned to. Housing associations in Northern Ireland have now secured £million of private finance to deliver much-needed social and affordable homes, figures revealed.
The sector’s global accounts were compiled by PWC and unveiled at the annual conference of the Northern Ireland Federation of Housing Associations (NIFHA). Population growth in Northern Ireland increased by 15 per cent between anddriven by more people living longer and net inward migration.
At the same time, the size of the average household in Northern Ireland has reduced from people tomeaning there are now more households which need accommodated. ALMOST £9 million of public grants to housing associations in Northern Ireland did not result in any social houses being built, a watchdog has said.
The public funding was received by the Helm. Reclassifying Housing Associations in Northern Ireland – Abolishing the statutory House Sales Scheme. Joe Frey reflects on the recent Department for Communities in Northern Ireland (DfC) consultation event on the future of the statutory House Sales Scheme in Northern Ireland.All housing associations (that is, registered private providers in England) are required to complete regulatory returns to the Homes and Communities Agency (HCA).
Full details of the financial accounts of housing providers that own or manage at least 1, social homes are published in the annual Global accounts of housing providers. It is Housing Rights’ view that Option Three – ending the Housing Sales Scheme for both the Northern Ireland Housing Executive and Registered Housing Associations, is the preferred option.
Housing Rights has offered the organisation’s views on why this Option is pursued, and made other recommendations.