Housing group releases its latest online magazine for November 2018

Housing group releases its latest online magazine

27 November 2018 - Latest news

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

‘group news’ has all the latest developments from right across the county, including details of how a major repairs contract for homes in east Durham is set to be brought in-house.

And the November edition also features news of m!ne, the new name behind Rent to Buy homes being developed in the county. There’s also information on how a major home improvement programme has benefited hundreds of families in east Durham so far this year.

Group Communications Manager, Jill Ancrum, said: “group news is a great way for residents to find out what we’re working on right across the county. In this issue we’ve also got the story of how a self-confessed hater of vegetables has triumphed in our healthy cooking competition ‘Durham Dinners’. And we’ve got an update on how our community funding programmes have helped provide low cost food in Horden, and a health boost in Blackhall Colliery.”

The magazine is fully responsive so can be easily read on a PC, laptop, tablet and mobile phone from www.cdhgroupnews.co.uk.

Anyone wanting a printed copy should email communications@cdhg.co.uk or call 0300 1311 999.


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