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The Universal Credit (Managed Migration and Miscellaneous Amendments) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2019 were laid before Parliament on 23 July 2019. These regulations set out how the Department for Communities will move existing benefit claimants to Universal Credit under the managed migration process, scheduled to start sometime in 2020.

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Benefits, Welfare Reform
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Many of the problems which arise during a private tenancy are caused by a lack of awareness from both tenants and landlords about their respective rights and responsibilities. In a bid to make it easier to find information to help resolve common problems, we've developed a new online resource www.SmartRenter.org

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Private Tenancies

Housing Rights and the Chartered Institute of Housing are partnering to hold a joint conference looking at how to most effectively deliver affordable housing in Northern Ireland.

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Benefits, Legislation, Social Tenancies, Private Tenancies, Homelessness
Benefit cap table showing amounts capped

Of the 1,270 households affected by the Benefit Cap, 1,080 are single-parent households. 690 of these households have at least one child under the age of 5. The statistics show that, while the average amount lost by households in April 2019 was £47 per week, almost 500 households lost out on more than £60 per week, with 110 households impacted to the tune of more than £100 each week.