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In recent weeks, the Department for Communities gave NIHE a one-off 2.6million allocation to the programme, however there is no certainty that all affected providers will be reimbursed for their financial loss and any monies received will be cut again in April 2018.
Ricky Rowledge, co-Chair of Committee Representing Independent Supporting People Providers (CRISPP) said: This is a partial and temporary in-year reinstatement that does not cover the full scale of the budget reduction.
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.
The competition is run each year by Clanmil to acknowledge and reward those tenants who take a keen interest in keeping the green spaces around their homes looking the very best they can.
Ben Collins, Chief Executive of the Northern Ireland Federation of Housing Associations said: Funding reductions will have a profound and expensive long-term legacy.
More than 74 million worth of services are delivered across Northern Ireland through 100 SP providers.
Earlier this year, NIHE implemented a five percent funding reduction across all SP schemes, putting the viability of many schemes at risk.
Clare added: We are very grateful to the local community and their political representatives who have supported us throughout the development of this scheme.
We look forward to continuing to work with them to ensure that Rosemount Mews is a great place to live.