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01 March 2023

Launching our new Customer Service Standard!

Our single Customer Service number will now put you directly in touch with our Customer Service Team, who will directly deal with your query.

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23 February 2023

Tenant Satisfaction Survey - Spring 2023

At Housing for Women, your views and opinions matter to us.

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19 December 2022

Cold Weather Safety Tips (1)

It is important to develop a cold weather plan in advance to make sure you keep yourself safe.

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16 December 2022

How to keep warm over the winter.

To heat your home safely we advise you use the central heating system provided to your home. Alternative methods of heating cause risk of fires and carbon monoxide consumption.

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15 December 2022

Nine things you should do now to prepare for winter

It always pays to be prepared for winter weather. There are a few simple steps you can take to prepare yourself, your car and your home.

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14 December 2022

Our Christmas hours

Due to the festive period, Housing for Women will close at 1pm on Friday 23rd December 2022. The office will remain closed on the Bank holidays; Monday 26th and Tuesday 27th December.

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18 November 2022

Looking after your mental health

Despite the activities of the year, it is important that you don’t let it get you down and keep your spirits up. It sounds easier than done but a positive approach will help with your mental health.

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17 November 2022

How to budget effectively

With the cost-of-living crisis upon us, it is getting harder to make our wages go as far as we would like. The best way to stay on top of your bills is by creating a budget and sticking to it.

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16 November 2022

Manage your energy bills and stay warm this winter

With energy bills rocketing sky high it is set to be a very chilly winter. However, you should never have to choose between whether to eat or heat.

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15 November 2022

Council tax rebate

The council tax rebate will provide a payment of £150 to households living in council tax bands A – D. Local councils are responsible for determining who is eligible and making payments.

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