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Posted on: Thu 18th April, 2019

The National Housing Federation is bringing together housing associations from across the West Midlands to Together With Tenants event in Birmingham on 1st May, with the aim of building a more coll

As we approach the end of the financial year, it is important that you inform the relevant office about any changes in your circumstances that are about to occur.
Posted on: Mon 11th March, 2019

You may need to inform Housing Benefit or Universal Credit about the forthcoming change to your rent, or any other change of circumstance. Allow us to guide you through the process...

Posted on: Thu 20th December, 2018

Christmas is coming and so is the Herefordshire Housing rent free week. 

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Posted on: Mon 23rd July, 2018

Around a third of those eligible for Pension Credit are not claiming it and could be missing out on extra money each week, so it is worth checking if you could be entitled, and claim Pension Credit

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Posted on: Thu 21st June, 2018

In June we launched another option for people to apply for some of our properties, HomeHunt.

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Posted on: Mon 14th May, 2018

Universal Credit (UC) is the new benefit the Government is introducing for working age claimants. If either you or your partner are pensioners this change doesn't affect you.

Posted on: Tue 13th February, 2018

If you're a Herefordshire Housing tenant your rent will change from 02/04/18. You should have received a letter from us confirming this.

Posted on: Wed 13th December, 2017

So then the Government have made a few changes to their plans to roll out Universal Credit in Herefordshire, mainly it's been delayed until June 2018....

Posted on: Thu 16th November, 2017

You could be eligible for the Warm Homes Discount if you’re on a low income. On-top of this if your household’s income is less than £15,000 per year, you might be eligible to receive support from Welsh Water’s HelpU tariff...

Posted on: Fri 27th October, 2017

If you’re struggling to pay rent, please don’t bury your head in the sand - talk to us as soon as possible, we're here to help.

Mould & Condensation

Posted on: Mon 28th January, 2019

As the weather is turning colder you may notice more moisture in your home.

Everyday things like cooking, washing and bathing and even breathing causes moisture in the home. It’s important to know how to reduce it before it turns into that nasty mould. Not good for your health, or your home.

Here are a few things you can do:

  • Put lids on saucepans
  • Keep kitchen and bathroom doors closed and open windows
  • If you can dry your clothes outside go with this option. Drying them in front of a fire/radiator just increases the moisture content of the air around the home, all that water has to go somewhere!
  • If extractor fans are fitted – use them
  • Wipe down surfaces when moisture settles (this stops mould forming)
  • Don’t block air vents
  • Vent your tumble dryer
  • Mix up how you run a bath, add the cold water first then the hot - crazy but hey it works to reduce the moisture. Remember to keep the bathroom door closed too
  • Keep your home heated to a moderate temperature