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Arts and Culture Award 2016: Chloe Hawkins (SKCA Singing Group)27 October 2016

Published 27 October 2016
Chloe Hawkins and the SKCA Singing Group won the Arts and Culture Award at WDH’s 2016 Love Where You Live Awards.

Young Achiever 2016: Kai Brooke26 October 2016

Published 26 October 2016
Kai won the Young Achiever Category in WDH’s 2016 Love Where You Live Awards.

WDH’s winners all love where they live21 October 2016

Published 21 October 2016
Tenants, residents and community groups were among the winners at WDH’s annual Love Where You Live Awards grand final last night.

Our Tenant Satisfaction Survey is underway18 October 2016

Published 18 October 2016
Our Tenant Satisfaction Survey has started and will end on Friday 4 November. Customer experience specialists, TLF, are calling a representative sample of tenants to gather your views on the service you receive from us.
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WDH is making life easier with Get Online Week14 October 2016

Published 14 October 2016
WDH is coming to the heart of Wakefield’s communities as part of Get Online Week (17-21 October), aiming to help even more people use the internet so they can enjoy a better quality of life.

Latest blog from Kevin Dodd: Are we partying after the party conferences?12 October 2016

Published 12 October 2016
Party conference season is over and many announcements made by politicians ought to be debated and many different topics should be pondered and analysed. Brexit and housing are two very key areas to look at. Here, we have plunged ourselves into the sometimes interesting, but more-often-than-not vague, nature of what was said at the major parties conferences on these issues.
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Value for Money Statement launched6 October 2016

Published 6 October 2016
We are proud to launch our Value for Money (VFM) Annual Assurance Statement 2015/16. Providing VFM is an essential part of everything we do, whether it’s recruiting the right people, delivering better services, getting the best deals from suppliers or working jointly with partners and groups.

The Household Benefit Cap (HBC) is changing4 October 2016

Published 4 October 2016
In April 2013, the government introduced a maximum limit on the total amount of benefit a household can get each week. This is called the Household Benefit Cap. It was initially set at £26,000 per year for families, couples and lone parents and £18,200 for single people.
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Changes to WDH’s services at Normanton Service Access Point (SAP)21 September 2016

Published 21 September 2016
The way that people access our services is changing. Over the last few years there has been a reduction in the number of people using our Service Access Points (SAPs) and an increase in people self-serving and completing transactions online. It is because of these changes that we will be closing Normanton SAP on Friday 30 September 2016.
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Vote for your community heroes in WDH’s Love Where You Live Awards 201613 September 2016

Published 13 September 2016
You can now vote for your local community heroes to get the recognition they deserve, as part of WDH’s Love Where You Live Awards 2016.

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