New powers aimed at tackling anti-social behaviour came into effect on Monday 20 October 2014.
The ‘Community Trigger’ is a key part of the Anti-social Behaviour, Crime & Policing Act 2014 that will see police, councils and social housing providers work closely together to combat persistent problems. Victims will be able to use the Community Trigger when they are not satisfied with how their previous reports of anti-social behaviour have been dealt with.
The 'Be considerate' campaign has been launched by a group of tenants, with disabilities, from Wolverhampton Homes.
The aim of the campaign is to show our friends, family, neighbours, our staff and people we come into contact with how just one small action can have a big positive impact on people with disabilities.
Please pledge to take just one small action to help people with disabilities; for example you can pledge:
Wolverhampton City Council and Wolverhampton Homes are working together to develop ideas to regenerate the Heath Town Estate. These proposals aim to improve the appearance of the area, create high quality new homes, and make this a better place to live for residents.
We want to hear resident’s views and opinions on the latest proposals to improve and regenerate the Heath Town Estate, including;
An annual campaign to encourage council tenants to prioritise paying their rent in the lead up to Christmas is due to start on Monday (24th November).
Staff from Wolverhampton Homes, the company which manages 23,000 homes on behalf of Wolverhampton City Council, will be out and about across the city for the next two weeks. They will contact everyone who has arrears, encourage tenants to prioritise their rent, and offer them support and advice around finances in the lead up to...
A man from Willenhall who attempted to buy a council flat in Wolverhampton has been ordered to hand the property back to Wolverhampton City Council – and pay £3,000 in costs after a court found that he was sub-letting the flat to others.
Mr Jagdish Singh, aged 45 from Tobruck Walk in Willenhall was at Walsall County Court on 12th November after an investigation by fraud experts at Wolverhampton Homes claimed that he tried to buy the flat– despite illegally sub-letting...
The prizes for the Pride in your Community competition were awarded at the last Get Togethers. Here is a list of everyone who won an award:
Bronze winner: Margaret Williams
Silver winner: Peter Forrester
Bronze winner: Sandra Fern
Gold winner: James Dearden
Gold winner: Mr & Mrs Beardsmore
Silver winner: Sandra Fern, Hayling grove
Silver winner: Carol...
Saturday for me was all about Pride. Pride for the LGBT* community in Wolverhampton and also pride for my colleagues...
50 – it’s a magic numberGive people an opportunity and they’ll make the most of it – it’s just...
Mental Health – there must be more we can do Robin Williams. RIPI, like millions of others, woke up...