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kick start the year with believe housing news

14 January 2020 - Latest news

The latest edition of believe housing’s digital newsletter is now available at www.believehousingnews.co.uk

The January issue includes details of believe housing’s repairs policy. Designed to prioritise repairs that make the biggest difference to customers’ lives, the policy was shaped over a six-month period and the opinions of more than 2,000 tenants were considered before the final policy was created.

The magazine also has information on a wide range of community-based projects, including news of a youth football club in Bishop Auckland who are using funding to help improve their off-pitch facilities. Other local initiatives to benefit from support from believe housing include a boxing club in Seaham and an arts project in Horden which is helping to tackle isolation and boost mental health.

The magazine is fully responsive and can be easily read on a smartphone, tablet, PC or laptop.  believe housing residents who would prefer to receive a free printed copy can get in touch by emailing communications@believehousing.co.uk or calling 0300 1311 999.

We hope you enjoy believe housing news and look forward to receiving any comments or ideas you have for future issues.

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