News

Give your views on Barnsley Town Centre

Barnsley Council are consulting on a new town centre design and sustainability strategy from Tuesday 27 July to Thursday 30 September at 5pm.

Increased bids for Homeseeker

Due to recent system downtime we have increased the number of expression of interest (property bids) you may make in this weeks Homeseeker cycle to a maximum of 6, please remember that there is no requirement to use all of your expressions of interest so please only bid on properties you are interested in.

Housing Diversity Award

Mushtaq Khan, Chief Executive at The Housing Diversity Network presented the HDN DNA Accreditation award to Amanda Garrard, CEO, Alison Rusdale, Executive Director of Corporate Services, Lynne Horton, OD Manager and Ashley Darlington, Training and Development Officer at Berneslai Homes on 31 August 2021. Officers spoke about what the award means for Berneslai Homes: “We’re… Read more »

Homeseeker Advert

We’re really sorry but we’ve had closed our advert for this week due to technical issues. The next advert will be available from midnight Thursday 2nd September 2021.  We apologise for any inconvenience this is causing.

Get the help you need to stop Anti-Social Behaviour

If you are a victim of Anti-Social Behaviour then please take a look at the Help for social housing tenants when faced with anti-social behaviour document on the Gov.UK website. 

MyHousing Online now available

We’re pleased that our online lettings service Homeseeker (including choice based lettings and housing application form) and MyRent is now available following essential maintenance

Government Announcement Ending Restrictions On 19th July

Following the Government announcements to end restrictions on 19th July we want to reassure you that Berneslai Homes will continue with our current safe working practices to protect you, your family and our staff.

Keep The Life Line

We are supporting our tenants by backing the campaign led by The Joseph Rowntree Foundation to #KeepTheLifeline, urging the government NOT to go ahead with the £20 cut from Universal Credit in October and reduce the insecurity people face, and give families the stability they need.