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Hearth Heritage Division - Protecting our heritage providing homes

Following the merger of Hearth Housing Association and Clanmil in Dec 2016 a new Hearth Heritage Division was formed within Clanmil that focuses on and celebrates the diversity of housing we provide. The Hearth and Clanmil stock combined boost our overall heritage properties to over 200 heritage homes dating between 1780 and 1940 making Clanmil one of the largest heritage building stock holders in NI.

We are committed to saving and restoring more heritage buildings to provide quality homes, where economically viable to do so. These properties are restored to exemplary standards that meet listed building and all other statutory requirements and showcase the character of our built heritage. Housing creates a long-term sustainable end use for heritage buildings, brings life and adds a unique character to our urban and rural landscapes, which we are proud to contribute to. Protecting our heritage, providing homes.

Our Heritage Homes

Latest News

Banbridge students learn mindfulness skills in 'Compassionate Schools' project

More than 350 Year 8 students in Banbridge have been learning mindfulness and relaxation t...

Clare McCarty conferred as honorary member of RSUA

Clare McCarty, the outgoing Group Chief Executive of Clanmil Housing Association, has been...

Strive and Thrive helps Newtownabbey young people build employability skills

12 young people from Newtownabbey learned valuable skills to boost their employment prospe...