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Your health and safety, as well as that of our staff and partners is our top priority and we are closely monitoring the situation around coronavirus. We know that many of you may be concerned about the virus and we are working hard to ensure that we can continue providing essential services to you while following government guidance around limiting the spread of infection.

With cases of domestic violence across the UK predicted to spike as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, people are being reminded of the help and support which is available to victims locally.

We have received calls from concerned tenants who believe their monthly Direct Debit hasn't been taken this week for their rent. 

City of Wolverhampton Council has announced measures designed to support council home tenants who may struggle to pay their rent during the coronavirus outbreak. 

In response to the Prime Minister’s announcement on 23 March 2020, we are making changes to our services.

A 'drive-through' facility has been opened in Wolverhampton – by referral only – to quickly, safely and conveniently test people suspected of having coronavirus.

As we move into Spring, many of us are still feeling the post-Christmas pinch. April marks the beginning of the new financial year and now would be the perfect time to take control of your finances and get back on track, putting you in good stead for the summer months. 

A new road in Wolverhampton has been named after a popular former city mayor.

The Home Office has re-launched its Fire Kills campaign, a nation-wide initiative that supports Government’s on-going commitment to help prevent fatalities and injuries from accidental fires. 

We are aware of a hoax article being circulated on social media which has been designed to look like a post from the Express & Star. This article is fake and has no connection with the Express & Star. The post makes a number of false statements about the risks to residents from asbestos in Pennwood Court, Highfields Court and St Joseph’s Court in Merry Hill, Wolverhampton.

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