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Important coronavirus information for our customers

During the Coronavirus outbreak, we will be working with customers, colleagues and stakeholders to limit the potential for transmission and maintain key services as best we can.

We will continue to closely monitor government guidance on the next stages of the coronavirus pandemic. In line with current guidance, we are planning to resume the full range of services we provide to customers in a phased way.

As new information about coronavirus becomes available, we’ll continue to update this page, so please and keep checking back.

This page was last updated on August 11th 2020.

coronavirus news

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  • Recovery funding announced

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  • New video: our work continues

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  • coronavirus update from bill fullen

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  • coronavirus - what have we done?

    Here at believe housing, we completely understand the impact that coronavirus can have, so we've supported our customers and maintained our services as best we can. So far during the coronavirus pandemic, believe housing has:  attempted …

  • what can you expect from us during the next stages of coronavirus?

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  • A day in the life of a gas engineer during the coronavirus outbreak

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  • Coronavirus funding helps 20 groups in first three weeks

    A new fund for communities during the coronavirus lockdown has directly helped more than 1,750 people in just three weeks. The believe housing Coronavirus Crisis Fund was launched last month to provide targeted assistance to communities …

  • Supporting you through the Coronavirus pandemic

    As the Coronavirus pandemic develops, we want to assure you that the health, safety and well-being of our tenants, residents, customers and staff is an absolute priority for us. Checking in with you Please don’t be surprised …

  • Family affair keeps housing association going

    One family in County Durham have taken home working to extreme to help customers of  believe housing. A rural home near Tow Law has become an unlikely nerve centre of operations for believe housing. Thanks to …

  • Coronavirus update: Peterlee customer service centre closure

    Due to the ongoing Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation, our Peterlee Customer Service Centre is closed until further notice. We recognise that meeting face to face personalises the services we offer to our customers. However, taking government guidelines …

  • Important Coronavirus information for our customers

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