The plans are for a huge development at the former Grosvenor Barracks site at Coleshill, including affordable housing.
RESIDENTS in Derrygonnelly are being terrorised, while police turn a blind eye. These are the allegations being made by several tenants living in Rosnarick Close in the village, who say that they are regularly being intimidated. A vicious attack and increased cases of anti-social behaviour have unsettled locals recently. Residents in the estate allege that two individuals, in […]
LISNASKEA woman won the Housing Executive’s Rural Community Champion Award 2020, is helping the social housing organisation celebrate its 50th year. The popular and much-loved Kathleen Breen is one of a number of contributors taking part in a series of special video interviews with tenants and organisations engaged in important work at grass-roots level. Kathleen, from […]
THE Rural Housing Authority, together with the Housing Executive, have launched a series of ‘social housing demand tests’ to determine exactly the level of need for this type of housing in Fermanagh. It is feared many people here who may be in need of affordable housing are not coming forward to register that need which […]
FERMANAGH people have been asked ‘would you like to live in Donagh?’ as the need for social and affordable housing in the area is now being investigated. Those who are interested have been asked to register their interest by contacting the Housing Executive which the organisation says will assist in assessing the level of housing […]
A YOUNG family who have been plagued by a mouse infestation since last autumn have pleaded with the Housing Executive to do something to end their nightmare. The mother has told the Herald when the family moved into the home they found it was in a state of disrepair. Soon after they began having furry […]
404 people are homeless in the district and almost 700 households are waiting on social housing and 145 homes needed within the next five years.
Cycleback, based in Arney, is a new venture by local man Neil McLoughlin aimed at encouraging more people to cycle and to use alternative modes of travel and exercise.
Work has already begun on the scheme, which will see 628 homes in the county receiving double glazed PVC windows,
…but 163 to be built in Tyrone!