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The Northern Ireland House Price Index

In May 2012, Land & Property Services (in association with the Northern Ireland Statistics and Research Agency) launched its first official House Price Index which charted the change in house prices since...

A home from home

Abbeyfield Belfast has been providing accommodation and support services for older people for six decades and are now looking forward to the next 60 years of adapting to meet the changing needs...

Jamie Delargy, Conference Chair; Jennie Donald, Northern Ireland Federation of Housing Associations; Gerry Flynn, Northern Ireland Housing Executive and Christina Beatty, Sheffield Hallam University.

Northern Ireland Housing Conference 2017

The annual Northern Ireland Housing Conference took place recently at Titanic Belfast.  Speakers included local senior representatives from Department for Communities, Northern Ireland Housing Executive, Northern Ireland Federation of Housing Associations, as...

Local government district briefing 2017

agendaNi summarises some of the key statistics from the 2017 local government district briefing. Age While most district councils were similarily ranked relative to the Northern Ireland average in terms of population...

Renewable planning applications in decline

agendaNi analyses the latest statistical bulletin for local authority and departmental influence on planning activity across Northern Ireland. Declining numbers of renewable energy applications stand out as the greatest shift in statistics...

Exceeding and Enabling

As an ambitious and forward thinking local authority, Armagh City, Banbridge and Craigavon Borough Council is exceeding its own challenging ambitions enabling the ongoing regeneration of urban and rural areas. First regeneration...

Waste management

In Northern Ireland local authorities landfilled over one third of all waste collected, almost a half was sent for preparing for reuse, dry recycling and composting and almost 20 per cent was...

Mid Ulster: delivering on our plan for growth

In 2015, following the creation of 11 new Council structures, Mid Ulster was the first council to publish its economic development strategy ‘Our Plan for Growth’, which outlines the Council’s commitment to...