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30, May

What My Home Means To Me – A residents story

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“A home to me is everything” Since moving into our new home, our lives are filled with so much more happiness. We’re close to our families, my children’s schools and the shops, and have so much more space, plus a … Read More >

12, Apr

Tenant Conference

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August 2017 we held a Tenant conference at Bury Town FC, Bury St Edmunds.  We found that the issues that mattered the most to our tenants were repairs, complaints and ASB.  The issues that mattered the least were shared ownership, … Read More >

31, Jan

Regulatory Judgement from RSH

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The Regulator of Social Housing (RSH) has recently carried out an In-Depth Assessment at Suffolk Housing. We have now received the results of that assessment, which have found that aspects of our governance are not compliant with the RSH’s requirements. … Read More >

17, Nov

It’s a gift – we’ve been given a new start

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A mother-of-two has said “there are not enough words” to describe the huge difference which moving into a Suffolk Housing property in the village where she has spent her life has made to her family. Our new resident and sons … Read More >

16, Nov

Your Views Are Important

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As part of our desire to learn and improve any residents who have repairs carried out will be contacted via email with 30 days and asked complete a survey.  By completing the survey you will be providing information that will help us to … Read More >

21, Sep

Universal Credit

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 Universal Credit is a benefit that is being rolled out in East Anglia from October 2017 for people who are of a working age and receive any of the following benefits: Housing Benefit Income Support Income-Based Jobseekers Allowance Income-Related Employment … Read More >

25, Jul

Could you get more Housing Benefit

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The housing benefit rules changed at the end of June, which means that some people will now qualify for help towards their rent, while others could get more housing benefit. You should contact us, or your local council, if: You … Read More >

03, May

Voluntary Right to Buy – Q&A

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The national Voluntary Right to Buy scheme has not yet been launched and we are awaiting details to be announced by the Government. Please click on this link for answers to popular questions regarding the scheme. Voluntary Right to Buy Q&A … Read More >

03, Apr

A helping hand for vulnerable tenants

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Vulnerable and elderly tenants at two of Suffolk Housing’s sheltered schemes are now getting a helping hand with simple DIY and home maintenance thanks to the generosity of their community-minded neighbours.   Three tenants at Apple Tree Close and The … Read More >

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