Photo of the completed houses

Tenants have moved into the first council homes constructed totally offsite – just three months after the first sections arrived in Fallings Park. Four two-bedroom modular houses now sit proudly on land off Cannock Road.

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Hundreds of young people in care in Wolverhampton showcased their talents at an inspirational awards celebration.

The annual I Awards, organised by the City of Wolverhampton Council and held at the Ramada Park Hall Hotel on Friday night (20 April), celebrated the efforts of Wolverhampton's looked after children and care leavers...

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Seventeen percent of UK households live in social housing. The media often portray social housing tenants as exploiting the benefit system and living in run down estates. This is not true and not fair.

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The demolition of old buildings on the Heath Town estate remains on track – with work on the first new homes to emerge in their place expected by the end of the year.

In November last year, we carried out a satisfaction survey to find out your views on our services, including repairs, customer service and communication.

The countdown to Vaisakhi has begun, with thousands of visitors expected at Wolverhampton's premier park for the annual celebrations in May.

The Council of Sikh Gurdwaras in Wolverhampton together with the Asian community is holding the popular cultural festival at West Park on Sunday 6 May 2018 between 10am and 5pm.

It promises...

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We're making some changes to our housing services. From April 9th we will have two dedicated teams of income officers and tenancy officers.

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Wolverhampton Federation of Tenants are holding an event called "A City for All" on 25th April 2018.

Photo of Sue Roberts collecting her MBE in 2011

Sue Roberts MBE, the much-valued chair of Wolverhampton Homes is stepping down after thirteen years of service.

We were live on Facebook for our Bilston Get Together in March 2018. Anyone who couldn't make it on the day could join in from the comfort of their home.

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