Social housing in northern Ireland: challenges and policy options

This paper sets out what are considered the most significant issues currently facing social housing in Northern Ireland, and on this basis outlines a number of potential policy initiatives that could be examined in order to address them. However, it begins by providing a profile of the social housing sector in Northern Ireland, a sector that differs in a number of ways from social housing in the rest of the UK. It draws on evidence from a range of sources, including government statistics and research, academic papers and more recently qualitative evidence based on discussions with a number of key players in Northern Ireland

Author(s): Joe Fry
Published: 17 October 2018
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