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Electrical safety this Christmas

Posted 26 Nov 2020

If you are thinking of giving or receiving electrical items this Christmas, read on for some tips…. Research from the charity Electrical Safety First (ESF) found that millions more UK shoppers than usual will go online...

Working closely with tenants

Posted 02 Nov 2020

We’re pleased to support Together with Tenants, an initiative by the National Housing Federation (NHF) to help housing associations build stronger relationships with their customers. The initiative, which was launched last month, has four actions for...

Support for Foyer residents

Posted 02 Oct 2020

The Foyer in Welwyn Hatfield is home to young people aged 16-25 in housing need. They are supported by several dedicated members of staff who provide help and guidance, with support plans set up for...

Exterior picture of the foyer

Homes at the heart of settled futures

Posted 24 Sep 2020

This week’s #HomesAtTheHeart theme is settled futures, and we want to shine a light on the great work that goes on at Lea Bridge House, our homeless hostel in London. After substantial refurbishment Lea Bridge...

ASB – helping us improve

Posted 17 Sep 2020

Our research partner, IFF-Voluntas, will be carrying out a short survey of residents who have reported anti-social behaviour to us within the past two years, to find out more about your expectations and experience of...

Supporting Gas Safety Week 2020

Posted 14 Sep 2020

As we celebrate the tenth year of Gas Safety Week, organisations from across the UK are working together to raise awareness of the dangers of poorly maintained gas appliances, which can cause gas leaks, fires,...

Proud to provide home to key worker during lockdown

Posted 24 Aug 2020

We’re delighted that a shared ownership home in Chesham has provided one of our fantastic key workers with a safe and secure home as she continues to work as a nurse through the pandemic. Eleanor, who...