Housing association publishes latest magazine

4 June 2019 - Latest news

The latest edition of believe housing’s digital newsletter is now available online.  

The digital magazine covers all the latest developments from believe housing, one of the biggest providers of affordable homes in the north east.

The June edition of ‘believe housing news’ is available online now at www.believehousingnews.co.uk and features full details of how planning approval has been given for new affordable homes in Newton Hall and Peterlee.

The magazine also features the story of how extra affordable homes are coming to Chilton, near Newton Aycliffe, thanks to a partnership with a major house-builder. And news of how believe housing’s £138m programme of upgrades to existing properties is set to improve more than 100 homes in St Helen Auckland.

Communications Manager at believe housing, Jill Ancrum, said: “Our new look magazine is a great way for our 18,000 tenants to find out what we’re working on in their community.

“The latest issue has also got the story of how we’ve been working with primary school children in Coundon to help them learn first aid skills and details of two open days for available homes this month.”

The magazine is fully responsive and can be easily read on a PC, laptop tablet or smartphone.

Any residents who would prefer to receive a printed copy of the magazine can email communications@believehousing.co.uk or call 0300 1311 999.

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