Directory of sources for housing research in Northern Ireland

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Queen"s Univ. of Belfast, Department of Town and Country Planning , Belfast
Statementedited by John Hendry, John Leonard and Geraldine Coyle, (and) Supplement.
SeriesOccasional paper -- 4, Occasional papers in planning -- 4.
ContributionsHendry, John., Leonard, John., Coyle, Geraldine.
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NEW research from Ulster University has highlighted the dramatic impact of Covid on the north's housing market. Despite a relatively buoyant start to the new year, the introduction of.

Northern Ireland Housing Executive () The General Tenant Household Survey. Occasional Papers in Housing Research No Belfast: NIHE, Research Unit.

Northern Ireland Housing Executive (a) Housing Strategy Review Belfast: NIHE. Northern Ireland Housing Executive (b) Rural Housing Policy -"The Way Ahead" A Policy Statement. 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.

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N2 - The Equality Commission for Northern Ireland (ECNI) commissioned the University of York to review the evidence and data on housing and communities’ inequalities for people associated with each of the Section 75 equality grounds of the Northern Ireland Act TY - BOOK.

T1 - Housing and Communities' Inequalities in Northern Ireland. AU - Wallace, Alison. PY - /3. Y1 - /3. N2 - The Equality Commission for Northern Ireland (ECNI) commissioned the University of York to review the evidence and data on housing and communities’ inequalities for people associated with each of the Section 75 equality grounds of the Northern Ireland Act   These are the sources and citations used to research Segregated Housing in Northern Ireland.

This bibliography was generated on Cite This For Me on Monday, Ma Book. 7 Social housing in Northern Ireland: challenges and policy options (Facing the Future: The Housing Strategy for Northern Ireland (DSDNI, b) highlighted the major policy issues.

Supply of social housing Ensuring an adequate supply of social housing has been a key challenge for Northern Ireland for many years. Creating a more effective and sustainable housing development model for Northern Ireland. The research for this report from the Forum for a Better Housing Market NI was conducted by the Research on Property and Planning Centre (RPP) at Ulster University.

Housing in Northern Ireland was launched today, 29 June at the European Network for Housing Research (ENHR) conference and can now be purchased from CIH direct.-ENDS-For more information please contact Alan Shanley, marketing and communications executive at CIH Northern Ireland on or [email protected] 1.

Ulster Directory, Director Belfast Officials in Directories The Belfast Almanack & Directory Directories 4, Belfast Merchants & Tradesmen: Directories 1, Cahir Directory County Tipperary, Directories Castleblayney Residents, The Northern Ireland Housing Executive (NIHE) owned over two thirds (85,) of the stock at the end of March with the remainder belonging to housing associations.

More than three quarters (77%) of social homes have two or three bedrooms while there are overbedrooms across the entire social housing.

The sheltered housing managed by housing associations in Belfast, Northern Ireland, was assessed through a series of site visits, structured interviews, and a focus group with stakeholders.

Findings revealed older users' keen interest in participating in their housing needs assessment, identified building design concerns and provided.

(Family History Library book Nf ) This source lists all reports from the foreign countries portion of Newspapers in Microfilm from toas well as reports received through This source is arranged by country and city and indexed by title.

North, John S. The Waterloo Directory of Irish Newspapers and Periodicals. In Scottish Presbyterians began a massive migration into Northern Ireland. In the s and early s several groups split off from the Presbyterian Church. These congregations kept their own records.

Most congregations started keeping records in the early s. The Troubles, also called Northern Ireland conflict, violent sectarian conflict from about to in Northern Ireland between the overwhelmingly Protestant unionists (loyalists), who desired the province to remain part of the United Kingdom, and the overwhelmingly Roman Catholic nationalists (republicans), who wanted Northern Ireland to become part of the republic of Ireland.

The company’s shares rose as much as 11% in Dublin to euros, the highest level since June 8, giving Ireland’s biggest lender a market value of. agendaNi examines the current approach to housing policy in Northern Ireland, including a merging of housing and regeneration policies and an increased emphasis on energy efficiency.

The Department for Social Development has, sincesought to expand its focus beyond social housing in its traditional sense.

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Stephen Martin, Deputy Director of the Housing Division explains:. The role of sheltered housing in Northern Ireland and future issues Fiona Boyle Associates, September Executive summary.

This research – The Role of Sheltered Housing in Northern Ireland and Future Issues – draws on a number of primary research sources including surveys of sheltered housing providers and their tenants, a survey of people who turned down.

It's an essential and free Irish genealogy and history site for researchers hunting details of their ancestors from Northern Ireland. It offers multiple online them are records of pre freeholders, will calendars, Griffith's Valuation Revision Books and details of those who signed the Ulster Covenant.

Housing allocation in Northern Ireland remains a complex and sensitive issue. The housing executive’s shared futures housing programme, is designed to.

Other Databases and Registers. Background Information on Northern Ireland Society; A Database of Deaths resulting from the Conflict in Northern Ireland, from July to December This database is based on information supplied by Malcolm Sutton.

Post-Mortem a database of deaths compiled by Michael McKeown.; A Database of Physical Memorials in public spaces related to the conflict in. A fire broke out in the fourteen-storey Coolmoyne House on the Seymour Hill estate that is operated by the Northern Ireland Housing Executive in Dunmurry at around on 15 November The flat tower block and its sister block Rathmoyne House were built in by Lisburn City Council.

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There were no fatal injuries and four minor injuries. The service's Ireland page provides a good summary listing of current information sources on the Web related to Ireland.

See especially the entry from the CIA's World Factbook As the Northern Ireland page is considered a "sub-page" of 's United Kingdom page, see especially the United Kingdom entry from the CIA's World. This statistic illustrates the number of annual housing completions by both private developers and the public sector in Northern Ireland, from to We research housing conditions, housing need, our strategic role and the level of customer service we offer.

We also have a role in supporting technical research and innovation in relation to local housing standards and energy. This section can often help researchers and higher level students maximise the impacts of their research projects.

The suspension of stamp duty on property sales of up to £, in England and Northern Ireland will revive the housing market, according to industry experts, as. The census returns for Ireland of and are held by the National Archives of Ireland, (with microfilm copies for the six counties now in Northern Ireland available at the Public Record Office of Northern Ireland.) Census returns for and can be searched and read online free.

Sources: NISRA, ONS. The population of the Republic of Ireland went into a steep decline for over a century after the Great Famine, reaching a low point of million in (Fig 2).However, since the early s, both natural increase and significant net international migration have contributed to record population growth, with the result that the population of million was the.

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You must be aged 13 years or older - if you. Northern Ireland's housing market is very distinctive and it is the only part of the UK which shares features of its market with an adjoining republic.

The pattern of housing investment has also been different, with a long period in which the public sector invested strongly as one of the key social programmes intended to help reduce social.

The Northern Ireland Housing Statistics report is an annual compendium of statistics containing information on a range of areas relating to housing.

The report is divided into sections covering: Supply; Energy; Social Renting Demand; Private Renting Demand; Owner Occupier Demand and .This map illustrates the percentage of households living in conventional housing (detached, semi-d, bungalow, etc) in Ireland in The map is based on a combined set of Small Areas (SAs) for RoI and Small Areas (SAs) for Northern Ireland.The Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH) Northern Ireland has launched a major new project to help transform the future of social housing.

Rethinking social housing Northern Ireland will engage with tenants, the general public, the Housing Executive, housing associations and politicians to explore the ‘big questions’ around social housing.

It will combine people’s views with original.