Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage;
Department of Health;
Department of Children, Equality, Disability, Integration and Youth
Published on 14 January 2022
Last updated on 8 February 2022
The National Housing Strategy for Disabled People 2022 – 2027 sets out the Government’s vision for delivering housing and related supports for disabled people and has been developed by the:
The second National Strategy to 2027 will build on the considerable achievements of the 2011 Strategy, continuing the journey of the last 10 years which saw:
The 2022 Strategy re-echoes the vision of the first Strategy with a particular emphasis on disabled people having choice and control over their living arrangements.
The following documents, form a suite of Strategy and Research papers.
National Housing Strategy for Disabled People 2022 - 2027 - Executive Summary
National Housing Strategy for Disabled People 2022 – 2027
National Housing Strategy for Disabled People 2022-2027 - Easy to Read version
Review of the National Housing Strategy for People with a Disability 2011 – 2016 (extended to 2021)
Disability and Housing: Approaches in Other Jurisdictions
Analysis of Households with a Disability Basis of Need for Social Housing
Collaborative Working in the Housing and Disability Steering Groups
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