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New legal restrictions on households in Wolverhampton mixing with each other have been announced by the Government in a bid to tackle rising coronavirus cases in the city.

We are proud to support Gas Safety Week 2020! Unsafe gas appliances can put you and your family at risk of carbon monoxide poisoning, gas leaks, fires and explosions. 

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We’re supporting Gas Safety Week again this year. Gas can be a silent killer – so make sure your home is gas safe.

Since being launched at the beginning of the summer, the Homes at the Heart campaign has reached over 4.3 million people on Twitter and been shared by a range of politicians. It's also had national media coverage in the Times, on Channel 4 News, and LBC radio. 

Please note that we will not be taking phone calls through our contact centre, Homes Direct, on Monday 31 August 2020 due to the bank holiday. The service will reopen at 8:30am on Tuesday 1 September 2020. We are sorry for any inconvenience this may cause.

If you went back in time to January and told me what 2020 had in store for us, I’m not sure I would have believed you. It’s been an exceptionally challenging year, with Wolverhampton and the rest of the UK facing its biggest crisis in modern times. Covid-19 has claimed close to 45,000 lives nationally, devastated businesses and has left thousands out of work. The impact of Covid-19 has been felt across every section of our communities and we’ll be feeling its affects for some time yet.

City of Wolverhampton Council has appointed a contractor to build the first new council homes as part of a major transformation of the Heath Town estate.

Wolverhampton’s One City Fund has moved to the next stage of the crowdfunding project. The 'No Place Like Home' phase of the fund will raise vital money for charities working with local people who are homeless, including the Alternative Giving Campaign, Good Shepherd Ministry, Haven Refuge, P3 – People Potential Possibilities and Solace Community

Thank you and well done to everyone that took part in the 2019 Garden Competition. We had a record number of entries and we love to see your beautiful gardens blossom bigger and better each year.

Wolverhampton’s One City Fund has moved into the next stage of the crowdfunding project.

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