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Your all new One Stop Shops at Market Street in the city centre and Alfred Squire Road in Wednesfield are coming soon.

Housing day 2017

We’re supporting #HousingDay a national social media campaign highlighting some of the great things tenants do.

#HousingDay is now in its fourth year and aims to show tenants at the front and centre of the story, and in a positive light. #RealPeopleTrueStories

Today on Twitter, we'll be sharing stories about...

Wolverhampton LGBT+ Alliance is hosting this year's Pride event, which is set to be the biggest and best our great city has ever seen.

The newly formed LGBT+ Alliance is a network of organisations, businesses and community groups that have come together to raise the profile of and to improve services to Wolverhampton's...

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The work of our social housing fraud team has been featured, this week, on the BBC programme Council House Crackdown. The series follows investigators, from all over the UK, as they track down social housing tenancy cheats, reclaim homes and give them to people in need.

Our fraud team help detect fraudsters who illegally occupy or...

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A new community allotment opened in Bilston last week, thanks to volunteers from Wolverhampton Homes.

The allotment at Johnson Place, in The Lunt, was created by Wolverhampton Homes staff, who worked on a voluntary basis to convert the former wasteland into a lovely place for local people to grow their fruit and vegetables.

The nine...

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Jan Lycett has joined us as Director of Business Support.

Jan has a wealth of knowledge and experience in both housing and business development roles including most recently as Assistant Director of Business Improvement and Support with Muir Group Housing Association.

As Director of Business Support, Jan will be the lead on financial...

Wolverhampton Homes' chief executive and City of Wolverhampton Council's strategic director of housing Lesley Roberts has announced plans to retire in the new year after a decade of public service.

Lesley, who was appointed chief executive in 2007, has overseen a transformation in service provision during her time at the helm of...

We have been working hard to keep you up to date with all the latest information on our fire safety work and we’re pleased to hear that you’ve found our regular updates useful. We know that it has been an anxious time for you so thank you for your support so far.

We already have robust fire safety measures in place – and...

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Wolverhampton is to hold what is hoped will be the biggest ever Wolves Pride event, in September, to celebrate its community diversity.

Square Pegs Round Holes CIC, which runs Wolverhampton's Youth Discussion Forum, has arranged for all three local MPs to attend a session with young people, aged 16 and over, who live, work or study in the city.

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