annual report outlines housing group's year of success

Report outlines housing group’s year of success

14 September 2017 - Latest news

A report detailing a housing provider’s successes during the last financial year is now available.

believe housing has produced its annual report for 2016/17, highlighting the work of local landlords Dale & Valley Homes, Durham City Homes and East Durham Homes.

The 24-page report, available at here, showcases the group’s achievements over the last 12 months, how it meets the Homes and Communities Agency’s seven national housing standards, and what’s planned for the year ahead.

Bill Fullen, believe housing Chief Executive, said: “2016/17 saw significant changes for the country; most notably the result of the EU referendum, and thereafter a change in political leadership.

“And within the housing sector we have continued to respond to the ongoing implications of welfare reform, with changes to the local housing allowance and rollout of Universal Credit.

“Over the last 12 months we have continued to transform the way our business works so that we are modern, flexible and confident that we will continue to make a difference across the county for years to come.”

Customers can request a printed copy of the report by calling 0191 349 7777 or by completing our contact form.

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