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Community Safety Funding Application Form

Community Safety funding is available for constituted groups to apply for in order to address community safety related issues in our estates.  

Funding awards are discretionary and will be awarded in line with the objectives of our Community Safety Strategy, Working Together for Safer Communities 2020 – 2023 (Our Community Safety Strategy).

Funds are limited and all applications that meet the criteria will not necessarily be funded.

You can find more information on how the Housing Executive deals with Community Safety issues on our website here

To apply for Community Safety Funding please complete the application form ensuring you read the guidance notes carefully.

Community Safety Funding Application Form guidance notes


What we do with your information

The Housing Executive is the Data Controller under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) for the personal data it gathers for the purposes of administering the 2020-2021 Community Safety Funding applications.

The information you have provided is required for the following specified purposes:

  • Identify the group;
  • Update relevant funding databases;
  • Provide any letter of offer which may arise from this application; and
  • Payment of any Grant which may arise from this application.

By submitting this form you are consenting to the Housing Executive processing your information for the purpose of your community safety funding application.

You can withdraw your application at any time by contacting your local Housing Executive Office, or the Community Safety Unit at 9 Lanyon Place, Belfast, BT1 3LP (Tel. 028 9598….

If you withdraw your application, the Housing Executive will be unable to further process your application for Community Safety Funding

Sharing your information with others

Your information may be shared internally within the Housing Executive with staff who are involved in providing this service and where necessary, between internal departments with the purpose of supporting an effective delivery of service. Personal data is held and stored by the Housing Executive in a safe and secure manner and in compliance with Data Protection legislation.

Information in relation to this application, including contact details provided as part of the application, may also be shared with others for statistical analysis, and the Government Funding Database for fraud prevention/detection. This information is only shared where this is necessary to comply with our legal obligations or as permitted by General Data Protection Regulation or Data Protection Act 2018.

The data contained in the Application will be retained by the Housing Executive in line with the current retention policy.

Privacy Notice

The Housing Executive is committed to protecting your privacy and maintaining your trust and confidence in how we handle your personal information. You can view our Privacy Notice at www.nihe.gov.uk/privacy_notice, pick up a copy at any Housing Executive office or you can ask us to post or email a copy to you.


Project Summary

Applicant Business address


Contact Detail

Main contact and position within organisation (eg Chairman, Treasurer, Secretary) Please complete giving business contact details.

(Note - Section 44 of the Justice and Security (NI) Act 2007 provides that the Minster of Justice will maintain a public register of accredited community-based restorative justice schemes which shall be updated as schemes are accredited or subsequently de-accredited).


Aims & Objectives

What are the key dates for the delivery of your project?


£ - GBP (No decimal points)
£ - GBP (No decimal points)



I confirm that:-

  • I have read the guidance notes attached to this application form
  • All the information contained within this application is accurate to the best of my knowledge
  • I am authorised to apply for funding on behalf of the organisation
  • I understand that if it is successful there will be monitoring and evaluation responsibilities to fulfil
  • We are adhering to Government Guidance in relation to Covid-19 (www.nidirect.gov.uk & https://www.publichealth.hscni.net/covid-19-coronavirus) and volunteering’ (https://www.volunteernow.co.uk)

Advice is changing daily in relation to COVID-19 and activities.

Programmes should only be delivered in line with government guidelines in relation to COVID-19 and social distancing. A range of up to date advice can be found at www.nidirect.gov.uk

Once you select submit your application will be submitted to the Area Manager at your local NIHE office (Telephone: 03448 920 900) 

On receipt it will be checked and you will be contacted if further information is required.