Visitors to the City of Wolverhampton will again be able to enjoy a Victorian Christmas Market this month.

Orange image stating "say no to violence against women and girls - Orange Wolverhampton: 25 Nov-10 Dec

The United Nations’ Orange the World campaign takes place annual over 16 days from 25th November, which is International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, and 10th December, UN Human Rights Day.

We have joined organisations across the city to raise awareness of violence against women and girls, and where victims can...

When you signed your tenancy, you agreed to pay your rent in advance. This means that whether you pay weekly, fortnightly or monthly - your rent account should always be in credit.

The rent money that we collect from customers pays for repairs and maintenance to your home, as well as the upkeep of communal areas and making your...

Switch2 Energy is celebrating its successful contribution to the heat network industry as a double winner in The Decentralised Energy Awards.

Giving to charity and pledging support to charitable causes is nothing new for our tenants, but Paul Ryder from Deans Road went one step further.

The final Get Together of 2018 took place on Thursday 25th October. This round of Get Togethers centred around the Housing Green Paper, 'A new deal for social housing'. Tenants were invited to share their views on the five main areas:

  • a safe and decent home which is fundamental to a sense of security and our ability to get on in...

On Friday 19th October, we were joined by the Mayor of Wolverhampton for the grand opening of the Kingswood Trust's new access improvements, made possible by one of our community projects.

Hundreds of privately-owned properties in the City of Wolverhampton that stood empty for years have been transformed into family homes thanks to the efforts of City of Wolverhampton Council.

A historic factory that helped put Wolverhampton on the industrial map is delivering construction apprenticeship opportunities for local residents as it is transformed into homes.

City of Wolverhampton Council and their partners have successfully put in place three new workers to help tackle homelessness in Wolverhampton.

Their roles will be funded from part of an initial £138,000 grant awarded by the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government in June.

The news was originally announced by the...

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