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29 June 2017 - Latest news

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

June’s edition of ‘group news’ can now be found at www.cdhgroupnews.co.uk

Packed with the latest information from the group, readers can find out about how believe housing is supporting Durham’s hugely popular Lumiere Festival, the latest welfare benefits advice, and how the group is giving tenants a stronger voice and a formal role in the running of the organisation.

Group Communications Manager, Jill Ancrum, said: “Whether it’s building new homes, or providing training to help our tenants get into work, we’ve got lots of exciting projects all across the region right now.

“Our customer magazine, group news is the best way to find out about them all in one place.

“Our online newsletter is fully responsive, so all of the latest articles can be read on a PC, laptop, tablet and mobile phone.”

To read June’s edition, which also includes news about the how tenants could save money on their winter energy bills, visit www.cdhgroupnews.co.uk

For a printed copy of the magazine email communications@cdhg.co.uk or contact:

  • Dale & Valley Homes: 0800 083 0333
  • Durham City Homes: 0800 068 0013
  • East Durham Homes: 0800 032 0835

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