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If you pay your rent at our one-stop shops then you might have noticed that we’re using a new computer system.

We’ve had a few glitches in the past week or so, so if you’ve had to queue longer than normal, then thanks for being patient with us – we really appreciate it.

We’ve also had a few teething...

We embrace and celebrate diversity among our staff and customers and we want to become one of the best places to work for LGBT staff in the UK.

Our "Proud to be Me Network" works with local LGBT groups to learn from them and to ensure our services meet the needs of everyone.

If you are LGBT - we want to hear your views &ndash...

Chair of the board sue Roberts

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.

Sue Roberts MBE is Chair of Wolverhampton Homes has today been named amongst the top 50 most influential figures in the housing...

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West Midlands Police have praised the work of a CCTV operation which is celebrating its first birthday later this month.

Our CCTV Control Room monitors more than 300 cameras across the city and in its first twelve months, has helped detect and prevent a series of crimes including theft, criminal damage and fly-tipping.

The control...

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Taking place at Wolverhampton Racecourse on Wednesday 2nd April, this event brings together training providers, careers advisors and local employers to offer hundreds of young people the unique opportunity to gain impartial careers, advice and guidance – under one roof!

Working in partnership with The Skills Show premier sponsors City...

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‘Ageing Better in Wolverhampton’ is putting together a bid for Lottery money to help tackle isolation and loneliness among older people locally.

If you are over 50 years old or care for someone who is, they would really appreciate your help by answering a short survey

Click here to take survey.

Warm homes campaign fuel poverty awareness week

We have teamed up with a leading councillor in the city to raise awareness of the plight of those in the city who are struggling to heat their homes.

Despite a relatively mild winter, an estimated 14,700 homes in Wolverhampton, and 4.4 million homes across the UK, are said to be living in fuel poverty and unable to heat their homes to the...

Photo of Ashok with his new kitchen appliances bought through the Wolverhampton City Credit Union scheme

Need a new cooker, fridge or washing machine but need credit?

Get a great deal with Wolverhampton City Credit Union and Co-op Electrical - they’ll even take your old one away for free. It’s really easy and you won’t pay over the odds.

Ashok Sehdev from Wednesfield recently moved into his first home and needed to buy everything to kit out his flat...

Photo of Emma Reynolds MP with apprentices working in Wednesfield

Wolverhampton North East MP and Labour’s Shadow Housing Minster, Emma Reynolds has given a big thumbs up to a group of local apprentices who are helping to transform a local estate in Wednesfield.

Emma Reynolds joined apprentices from Wolverhampton Homes to look at the improvement works they’ve been doing on the Castlebridge...

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Wolverhampton City Council is looking to make some changes to the Secure Tenancy Agreement. This will affect you if you’re a secure tenant of Bushbury EMB, Dovecotes TMO, New Park Village, Springfield Horseshoe HC or Wolverhampton Homes.

They’re making these changes because some of the laws have changed and because it...

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