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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.

On Wednesday 22nd May, we teamed up with West Midlands Fire Service, the Royal School and the City of Wolverhampton Council to mark Dementia Action Week. We planned a small get together for a few of our older tenants and some school children for an intergenerational session for local people living with dementia. Council tenants enjoyed...

We wrote to our customers recently to tell them about our change of address.

The help and support available to people in Wolverhampton living with dementia and their families will be showcased through a series of events during Dementia Action Week, from 20th to 26th May.

City of Wolverhampton's fourth annual Housing Fair will take place on Saturday 11th May.

Are you a Wolverhampton Homes tenant? When you signed your Tenancy Agreement you agreed to pay your rent in advance. This is really important, as rent pays for all of our services and without it, we’re unable to deliver and maintain those services.

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