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Housing advice for Northern Ireland

Disabled Facilities Grant

Disabled facilities grants can be paid to help homeowners or private tenants who have a disability undertake certain adaptations recommended by an Occupational Therapist.

If you have a physical illness or disability you may need some alterations carried out to your home to help you get around. If you’re a private tenant, you’ll need to get your landlord’s permission to alter the property in any way. Alterations could range from the relatively small, like a ramp or a handrail, through to larger adaptations such as putting in a downstairs toilet.

If you're planning on making certain improvements to your property, you may qualify for financial assistance. You'll also be entitled to certain tax allowances.

You may be able to get a grant to make your home more energy efficient or if you need to adapt it because you, or someone else living there, has a disability. There are other grants, but these are only approved in exceptional circumstances.

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