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Brendan Morrissey, Supported Living Manager at Clanmil Housing, which operates Templar Court in Lurgan said: Supporting People has been an immense success for this area, enabling thousands of people to sustain their accommodation and live with as much independence as possible.

However, increasing costs and reductions in annual funding are impacting on the long-term quality and viability of many services.

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 new homes have been built by the Clanmil Housing Group with part funding from the Northern Ireland Executive through the Department for Communities.

12 October 2017 Tenants are celebrating their recent success in a Northern Ireland wide gardening competition run by local housing association, Clanmil Housing Group.

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.

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It also gives tenants with green fingers and a passion for gardening a chance to showcase their handiwork.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.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.

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