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WV Living has appointed a contractor to develop new homes at one of its largest sites in the City of Wolverhampton.

It's important to us that our staff have a visible presence out in communities and that they're able to engage with residents in their own neighbourhoods. With this in mind, we're changing the way we work. 

We're committed to providing great services for all of our customers. With this in mind, we're making some improvements to our repairs booking system. These improvements will mean a faster system that allows for more choice when it comes to booking appointments. Work to improve the system began on Tuesday 26th March.

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.

As part of our commitment to fire safety, we have pledged our support to the Government's "Fire Kills" campaign, which aims at keeping people safe in their homes.

Today, Tuesday 19th March, is Housing Diversity Day!

People in Wolverhampton are being encouraged to give local children the best possible start in life – by becoming foster carers.

Organisations across Wolverhampton have teamed up to pledge a zero-tolerance stance on loan sharks.

Ann Bennett, Chair of Wolverhampton Homes has left the Board to take on a new role with a London-based housing organisation.

This week marks National Apprenticeship Week running from the 4th to the 8th of March and the City of Wolverhampton Council has teamed up with its partners to host a series of events.

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