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This is an extra special year for councils and social housing providers, as well as tenants and residents who use their services.

This year marks the 100th anniversary of council housing in Britain. That's right, in 1919 Parliament, then overseen by Prime Minister Lloyd George, passed the Housing Act 1919, which later came to be known as the...

The first tenants have moved into purpose-built City of Wolverhampton Council flats in Low Hill designed for clients with mental health needs.

Keith is one of the many happy customers that has benefitted from our Click Start programme. He was so pleased with the support that he received he wanted to tell you all about his experience. It really helped him manage his Universal Credit claim and he couldn't be happier with the result.

After a successful trial of our new 'estate custodian' way of working, it has now been rolled out city wide.

Giving Something Back

City of Wolverhampton residents and stakeholders are being invited to have their say on the city’s Housing Strategy.

The new draft strategy ‘Better Homes for All’ sets out City of Wolverhampton Council’s ambitions over five years from 2019 to 2024.

It outlines the three key priorities as more and better homes, safer and healthier homes, and...

If you’re a Wolverhampton Homes tenant or leaseholder and want to show off your gardening skills - we have the competition for you!

National Refugee Week runs from the 17th to the 23rd June 2019.

Mr Jones, who was an introductory tenant of Wolverhampton Homes, had been given a one bedroom flat in the Warstones area. 

Our new partnership with St John Ambulance and the City of Wolverhampton Council is proving a success with customers of the Telecare service.

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