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Housing Law & Policy

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Delivered by the Institute of Professional Legal Studies in conjunction with Housing Rights, this course offers an introduction to housing law and policy in Northern Ireland.

Duration4 months
Fees from£500
Start date20 Mar 2024

It will cover aspects of housing law in the province such as social housing, the private rented sector and home ownership.


Standard Fee£600
Member of Housing Rights£500

Entry Requirements

The course is aimed at solicitors and barristers who practice in housing law, professionals working in the housing sector, and those with an interest in policy and research in the housing sector.

The Programme

  • Delivery

    The course will be offered as a mix of seminars at the Institute and online. 4 dates over 4 months (March-June):


    • Wednesday 20 March
    • Tuesday 23 April
    • Tuesday 7 May
    • Tuesday 18 June
Spaces available
“The course was really interactive and interesting. The presenters were all experts in their field and were able to answer our questions in a clear and concise way. I also appreciated the opportunity to meet other housing professionals from across NI, it was great to hear about their experiences and learn from their insights. Overall, I thought this was a very valuable course and I would definitely recommend it to anyone working in the housing sector.”
Christine Cackett
Senior Policy and Improvement Officer at Radius Housing
“I thoroughly enjoyed completing the Housing Law and Policy course, the lecturers/presenters were very knowledgeable and well-informed on the topics every week, the discussion was lively and provided further insight for all in attendance. The course reignited my passion for housing law and helped to further develop and inform me in my own role in the housing sector.”
Eibhlin Collins
Northern Ireland Housing Executive
“The course content was well pitched and the sessions delivered a great overview of housing legislation and policy in NI. It was also a good opportunity to meet housing practitioners from across the sector.”
Tim O'Malley
Neighbourhood Services Manager at Clanmil Housing Association

How to apply

Book your place here.

Contact Claire Armstrong