Housing group celebrates first birthday

13 April 2016 - Latest news

A housing group is celebrating its first anniversary since bringing together the landlords of 18,500 homes last April.

believe housing, which was established following the transfer of homes from Durham County Council to Dale & Valley Homes, Durham City Homes and East Durham Homes, is one today and is marking the occasion by reflecting on a year of successes.

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