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Housing Rights is piloting a new mediation service to help resolve disputes between private tenants and their registered landlords.  The service is funded by the Department for Communities and will provide an alternative way to resolve disputes in the sector.

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Private Tenancies, Practical tips

The Victoria Housing Estates (VHE) charity is consulting with its tenants on proposals to transfer ownership and management of VHE properties to Choice Housing. Housing Rights has been appointed as the Independent Tenant Adviser on this proposal and is available to provide impartial and independent advice to any VHE tenants who have questions about how the proposed transfer will impact them.

The Homelessness Monitor is an in-depth look at the impacts of recent economic and policy developments in Northern Ireland (NI) on homelessness. The annual report funded by Crisis and the Joseph Rowntree Foundation, analyses the impact of economic and policy developments on homelessness.

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Research, Private Tenancies, Homelessness

The newly appointed Minister for Communities Deirdre Hargey will regularly respond to questions from fellow MLAs. Below are a number of questions which have already been answered and which relate to housing and affordability issues. 

Departmental priorities

Question from Mr Andy Allen, UUP East Belfast

To ask the Minister for Communities to outline her Departmental priorities for (i) 2020/21; and (ii) 2021/22.

Response

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NI Assembly

Housing Rights new series of webinars aims to help you advise your clients around housing issues that may arise for them when the UK leaves the EU.  

The videos below will take you through

  • The EU Settlement Scheme
  • Impacts of Brexit on returning British and Irish nationals 
  • Housing and homelessness eligibility 

Both videos are less than 10 minutes long. You will need speakers or headphones as there is a voiceover.

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