Housing

Homecare Housing provides temporary and long-term accommodation.

Homecare Housing works in partnership with our Support Services.

Overview

Homecare Independent Living work in partnership with the NI Housing Executive to provide fully furnished self-contained accommodation to those experiencing a housing need. Our work combines a positive and caring approach to all occupants, delivered with the commercial disciplines of the private sector. We have the experience to coordinate services and effectively communicate with support agencies and third sector providers. We seek to provide innovative private rented sector solutions to help alleviate the ever increasing pressures on public sector housing. We are now one of the largest managers of private sector leased properties in Northern Ireland with over 750 properties.

Properties Urgently Required

Homecare Independent Living urgently require all types of property in the regional towns and cities in the following Council Areas:

  • Armagh City, Banbridge and Craigavon Borough Council;
  • Belfast City Council;
  • Lisburn and Castlereagh City Council;
  • Mid Ulster District Council;
  • Newry, Mourne and Down District Council.

Letting Your Property

The Benefits of letting your property to Homecare Independent Living include:

  • Guaranteed rent with no void periods;
  • Long term letting;
  • No hassle;
  • No management fees;
  • No legal fees;
  • No hidden costs.

Vulnerable Person Re-location Scheme - Syrian Refugee Crisis

In partnership with the NI Housing Executive, Homecare Independent Living is doing its part to help refugee families arriving in Northern Ireland by providing accommodation through the Vulnerable Person Relocation Scheme. The implementation of the scheme in Northern Ireland was commended by the UN High Commissioner for Refugees as the best in the UK. All families have been vetted by the UK Home Office and are given 5 years humanitarian protection in the UK with permission to work, full access to healthcare and social welfare from time of arrival. The families receive intensive support from an assigned keyworker with multiagency involvement as many have significant needs. The Scheme priorities those who cannot be supported effectively in their region of origin: women and children at risk, people in severe need of medical care and survivors of torture and violence amongst others. See recent newspaper article for case study.

Contact

If you require more information or if you are interested in letting your property to Homecare Independent Living, please contact Oliver Mackle on 02837511333 or email: housing@hcil.com