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Our staff at the sensory garden project

Work is set to start this week on creating a sensory garden on a piece of land in Bradmore. Wolverhampton Homes – the company which manages more than 23,000 council houses on behalf of the council has secured a £10,000 grant from the Big Lottery Fund to deliver the project – with volunteers from its workforce pitching in to...

A new booklet has been published telling the story of multi-storey council flats in Wolverhampton and the Black Country.

Starting in the 1950s, more than 270 blocks of high-rise flats were built in what became the boroughs of Wolverhampton, Dudley, Sandwell and Walsall.

Living in the Sky: A History of High-Rise Council Flats in the...

Sue Roberts MBE, Chair of Wolverhampton Homes

A council house tenant from Wolverhampton who has dedicated more than thirty years to improving council housing in the city has today been named amongst the top 50 most influential figures in the housing industry – coming one place higher than Government Minister Eric Pickles!

Sue Roberts MBE is Chair of Wolverhampton Homes, the company...

Photo of the Proud to be Me tenant group

February was Lesbian Gay Bisexual Trans (LGBT) History Month. It celebrates the lives and achievements of the LGBT community and aims to combat prejudice against the LGBT community.

As part of our celebrations, our Proud to be Me Network held a “Meet and Greet” for any tenants who want to help make us the most LGBT...

Emma Reynolds MP visited Ken and Jeanette Spence from Fallings Park with Frank Dalton and Mark Langford

Wolverhampton North East MP, Emma Reynolds has praised the housing company who manage the city council’s housing stock after figures released today show that they’ve carried out more than 99% of gas safety checks on time over the past five years.

Wolverhampton Homes is responsible for managing more than 23,000 council houses...

Photo of Councillor John Reynolds in the electric van

Wolverhampton Homes is doing its bit to help make Wolverhampton a cleaner and greener city after taking delivery of two new 100% electric vans as part of its vehicle fleet.

With the government hoping that 75% of cars will be ultra-low emissions by 2050, Wolverhampton Homes is investing in the new vehicles in a bid to reduce its carbon footprint...

Poster giving details of the Neighbourhood Nosh event


If you live in Wednesfield, don't miss these free events arranged by Hands on Wednesfield! Free food, Easter eggs and a magician for the kids plus a chance to meet your neighbours.

Meet your neighbours, enjoy some free food together and find out more about what’s happening in Wednesfield.

The food will be provided by local...

Emma Reynolds and some of our LEAP apprentices

Wolverhampton North East MP Emma Reynolds was brushing up on the progress of local apprentices at a visit to Heath Town today (13th March).

Emma, who is also Labour’s Shadow Housing Minister, met with three apprentices from Wolverhampton Homes to hear about the work they’re doing during National Apprenticeship Week.

During her visit, she met...

Tenants outside the new Wolverhampton Council houses

With the general election less than 60 days away, housing leaders in Wolverhampton have joined the Homes for Britain campaign to call for all political parties commit to ending the housing crisis within a generation..

Experts are warning that Britain needs to build around 245,000 new homes every year to keep up with demand, yet in 2013...

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