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Due to the bad weather, we're still receiving a lot of calls.

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We're doing our best to answer all your calls and messages but we're having to prioritise emergencies. If your query can wait, please get back to us in a day or two - or you can check your self serve account or our website.

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Social housing tenants across the country have travelled to the House of Commons today, Wednesday 28th February, to meet with their MPs for the launch of a new campaign – Benefit to Society. The campaign aims to change public perceptions about who lives in social housing.

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New council homes are being built by City of Wolverhampton Council’s wholly owned housing company, WV Living.

Alvina Ali, Energy and Climate Change Officer for Wolverhampton Homes won an award at the House of Commons this week in the Heat Heroes Awards.

The Heat Heroes Awards, which are held in partnership between ScottishPower and the charity National Energy Action, recognise and celebrate those individuals that have gone above and beyond to...

 We've teamed up with University of Wolverhampton to trial a new heating system and we would like six tenants to volunteer to test the system for us.

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More help is on offer for people looking for mutual exchanges, with Gemma starting in the Home Choice team. Here's what she told us about her role:

Wolverhampton Homes joined other members of Wolverhampton's Dementia Action Alliance (DAA) on Wednesday 31st January, to celebrate Wolverhampton achieving Dementia Friendly Community Status for 2018 and to recognise all the hard work that went into making it possible.

We're absolutely delighted to announce we've ranked 45th in the charity Stonewall’s Top 100 Employers List, which recognises the very best in the fair treatment of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender people within the world of work. The list is chosen from amongst Stonewall’s Workplace Equality Index, which organisations submit to, to demonstrate their commitment to LGBT equality and share best practice.

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With Universal Credit on the horizon for Wolverhampton, it's so important for our tenants to be able to use the internet.

Fostering is a life-changing experience, for both foster carers and the children they foster. Could you change a child's life?

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