If you’re struggling to find work then our Tenants First team can help you break down the barriers and move towards employment.
Around 5.5 million families across the UK woke up £1,040 a year worse off, last week, following the Government’s decision to end the £20 increase in Universal Credit.
Rose Vouchers are available for families on low-incomes to spend on fruit and veg.
Please spot the signs of county lines and report this if you are worried.
Barnsley Council has secured funding to offer free insulation to help make your home warmer.
October is Black History Month which aims to educate everyone on black history. This year’s theme is ‘Proud to Be’, which invites people of all ages throughout the UK to share what they are proud to be.
This National Customer Services Week we want to encourage you to come forward and tell us what you think of our service, whether good or bad!
Our Rents Team has changed their name to the Income Team, as our service has developed over the years and we now offer a wider range of services than just rent collection.
We’re pleased to launch our Annual Report which has been developed with the Tenant Voice Panel and summarises how we’ve delivered for tenants from April 2020 to March 2021.
Earlier this year we’ve joined forces with Creative Recovery, to help our tenants in Kingstone feel more connected through art and music!