Friday, February 16, 2007

Assembly Can Make Difference on Housing

The average house in the North of Ireland is now £9,000 more than the average house in Britain. This is despite the fact that salaries remain considerably lower. In the meantime, British direct rule Ministers do nothing. Party Deputy Leader Dr Alasdair McDonnell MP today launched the party's strategy on tackling both housing affordability and the need for social housing.

He's pictured above with two first time buyers in the Lower Ormeau area, Chris and Louise.

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