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Our Care Link Customer Satisfaction Survey starts on Wednesday 10 July9 July 2019

Published 9 July 2019
Our Care Link Customer Satisfaction Survey starts on Wednesday 10 July.
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Our Tenant Satisfaction Survey is underway11 January 2018

Published 11 January 2018
Our Tenant Satisfaction Survey has started and will end on Friday 23 February 2018.
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Thank you for your feedback27 June 2017

Published 27 June 2017
Thank you to everyone who took part in our latest tenant satisfaction survey, which was carried out over the telephone by customer experience specialists, TLF to make sure the results are independent.
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Our Tenant Satisfaction Survey is underway10 April 2017

Published 10 April 2017
Our Tenant Satisfaction Survey has started and will end on Friday 12 May. Customer experience specialists, TLF, are calling a representative sample of tenants to gather your views on the service you receive from us.  If you do receive a call from TLF, please be assured that we have employed them to complete the survey on our behalf. This ensures that your feedback is anonymous if you wish. We carry out these surveys twice a year and use your feedback to make improvements to our services. Since the last survey was carried out in November 2016, we have been working hard to improve:   how easy we are to deal with; how good we are at keeping the promises and commitments we make;  the repairs service experience; and the way we manage nuisance and antisocial behaviour.  Thank you for your feedback and support.  
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Children help clean up the local park
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Children help clean up the local park

Published 7 June 2018

Children from St Giles CE Academy in Pontefract helped WDH to clean up Monkhill Park.

Ten, year five children arrived with an excellent attitude to help WDH’s Central Landscape and Neighbourhood Team pick up litter and plant bulbs. They spent over two hours working together to make the park look more presentable for the tenants living around the area.

Monkhill Park was highlighted by residents, as an area that could benefit from  small scale environmental improvements. After visits and consultation with a number of neighbours is was decided to thin out the planting on the hedges and replant with a variety of interesting shrubs and plants. 

WDH is always keen to work with local residents as part of their Love Where You Live (LWYL) initiative.

Claire Secker, WDH’s Tenant Involvement Officer said: “It’s always a pleasure to work with schools on our LWYL projects and St Giles school were no exception. The pupils were well behaved and polite and thoroughly enjoyed their time improving their local park. I hope this is the first of many projects that we do together. The area looks fantastic and we have already had a number of residents commenting on the positive change the planting has made to the park.”

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