Interested in social housing? The Chartered Institute of Housing Northern Ireland is running a major new research project, principally sponsored by the Department for Communities, to help shape the future of social housing.
As part of this project, CIH is running a series of roundtable discussions across the region and we want your views on social housing and what it should look like.
What do you think social housing should be? What is its value? Who should it be for? How can housing providers make sure their work is relevant to people's needs? And how can government best use social housing to provide people with a home?
Join the debate on these and other fundamental questions.
Want to participate? Book onto one of the three workshops below:
- Derry. Thursday 12 April, 1pm - 3:30pm at the Millennium Forum (studio theatre), Newmarket Street, Derry BT48 6EB. Book now
- Belfast. Tuesday 17 April, 1pm - 3:30pm at the Skainos Centre (auditorium), 241 Newtownards Rd, Belfast BT4 1AF. Book now
- Dungannon. Wednesday 2 May, 1pm - 3:30pm at The Junction @ STEP, 12 Beechvalley Way, Dungannon BT70 1BS. Book now
The roundtables will begin with a hot lunch.
If you can’t make a workshop, take a short and anonymous poll to have your say as an individual.
Who should attend
- Social housing tenants
- Private tenants or residents with an interest in social housing
- Housing and associated professionals
- Political party representatives, and
- The general public.
The event is free of charge but places are limited.
If you require an alternative to booking online, please contact Justin Cartwright at firstname.lastname@example.org or on 028 9077 8222.