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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.

On Wednesday 5 February 2020, we will be raising awareness around fuel poverty and striving to make sure people have access to a warm, dry and safe home. This national campaign is organised by the charity, National Energy Action, and helps tackle fuel poverty in Britain, which is a real issue for the most vulnerable in society.

We are supporting the national campaign, #BigEnergySavingWeek, starting on Monday 20 January 2020. The campaign sets out to help people cut their fuel bills and gain the financial support they are entitled to.

On Tuesday 3 December 2019, to mark and celebrate International Day of Disabled Persons, City of Wolverhampton Council hosted an event in the City Suite, Civic Centre. The Mayor of Wolverhampton, Councillor Claire Darke, led the celebration alongside ourselves, The British Deaf Association and representatives from the community. There, they shared key messages, including our combined commitment to ensuring people with disabilities have access to and are able to shape public services.

A blog by Angela Davies, Chair of Wolverhampton Homes

"As we draw closer to the end of 2019, I think it’s important to look back and reflect on everything that’s happened – and what a year it has been!

"This has been a year of significant milestones and we’ve seen celebrations and developments across the housing sector.

"Throughout this...

Commemorative stones are being laid at City of Wolverhampton Council new-build housing sites to mark the historic 100th anniversary of council housing in Britain.

Christmas is just around the corner. 

We topped off our '100 years of council housing' celebrations this week, with a special event in the Mayor's Parlour.

City of Wolverhampton’s Rough Sleeping Prevention Group has put a plan in place to help keep rough sleepers safe this winter.

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