This document investigates initiatives and policies in Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland to improve and build subsidised housing in mixed communities through the lens of six case studies – Springfarm, the Irish Street and Gobnascale interface and Carran Crescent in Northern Ireland and Cranmore, Mahon and Adamstown in the Republic of Ireland. Together, the six cases provide a cross section of the challenges faced by communities. Councils and central government agencies working to promote or provide mixed housing, the strategies that have helped address these challenges and opportunities to create and maintain housing that is safe, prosperous and open to all. A final synthesis report, Part I of this series, is also available to policy makers and practitioners and will also be used in ICLRD training programmes.
|Publisher||Northern Ireland Housing Executive|
|Number of pages||31|
|Publication status||Published - May 2010|
Gray, P., Guerra, E., & Driscoll, J. (2010). Living Together 1: Springfarm An Investigation of Case studies and strategies for Promoting Safe, Prosperous, Integrated, Sustainable Communities. Northern Ireland Housing Executive. http:\\www.nihe.gov.uk