Independent research has shown that every 1 spent in Supporting People schemes saves 1.90 for other public services.The loss of funding will not just affect the quality of life for more than 20,000 people it will result in a greater cost burden on other public spending.3 October 2017 A coalition of volunarty and charitable organisations has called on the Housing Executive to reinstate funding to all providers of a housing support programme that helps vulnerable people in Armagh, Banbridge and Craigavon.
We look forward to continuing to work with them to ensure that Rosemount Mews is a great place to live.
The new housing scheme provides 8 two bedroom detached and semi-detached houses and 2 apartments.
The development, a contemporary interpretation of the traditional Northern Irish rural village with long, narrow buildings, was designed to reflect the existing character of Greyabbey.
Chief Executive of Clanmil Housing Group, Clare Mc Carty said; It is wonderful to see these families settling in and making the homes their own.
We wish them all many happy years at Rosemount News.