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City West is proud to be shortlisted for industry awardCity West is proud to be...
CITY West Housing Trust is proud as punch after its commitment to skills and training has been recognised in the regional heats of...
City West to have Saturday opening trialsCity West to have Saturday opening...
City West Housing recently asked their customers about their current local area office opening hours. They were told that they wo...
Post Office launches mortgage deals for first-time buyersPost Office launches mortgage deals for...
The Post Office today increased its assault on the mortgage market with the launch of a range of deals for first-time buyers.
Creating conditions for a fruitful housing marketCreating conditions for a fruitful housing...
The Council of Mortgage Lenders would like the future government to concentrate on three key areas: addressing the mortgage fundin...
Bramall Construction is crowned a 'Considerate Constructor'Bramall Construction is crowned a 'Considerate...
Salford based Bramall Construction has won six Considerate Constructors Awards in connection with the way it manages community reg...
Irwell Valley TV goes liveIrwell Valley TV goes live
Irwell Valley Housing Association has added a new customer service product for residents with the launch of their own tv channel –...
House prices falling but higher than 2009House prices falling but higher than...
by Jon Land House prices in England and Wales fell for the first time in 11 months during March, dropping by 0.6%, figures show...
Government's stamp duty exemption 'failing to boost first-time buyers'Government's stamp duty exemption 'failing to...
The Government's stamp duty exemption for first-time buyers has failed to boost the number of people hoping to get on to the prope...
Government-owned banks trail behind in mortgage satisfaction surveyGovernment-owned banks trail behind in mortgage...
Government-owned banks are trailing behind smaller lenders and building societies when it comes to keeping mortgage customers happ...
Salford shared ownership homes now all snapped up in just one monthSalford shared ownership homes now all...
The official launch last month of Fitzwarren Street, Plumlife’s latest development, attracted unprecedented interest from Salford ...
Britain 'must give up obsession with home ownership' - housing sectorBritain 'must give up obsession with...
Britain must renounce its obsession with homeownership and come up with new ways to meet housing demand, was the message at yester...
Solar to power tower block - BlackfriarsSolar to power tower block -...
by Mark Bright Residents in three Salford tower blocks are to benefit from the sun’s energy when solar panels are fitted to the...
John Healey on the future of council housing finance - ExclusiveJohn Healey on the future of...
Housing Minister John Healey has described his plans to reform council housing finance as a 'once in a generation opportunity' for...
Salix unlocks £9m to improve Salford homesSalix unlocks £9m to improve Salford...
Residents in Salford will soon see £9m spent on improving their homes this year as the government gives the green light to Decent ...
Government 'to miss fuel poverty target' as bills continue to riseGovernment 'to miss fuel poverty target'...
The Government will miss its target to lift millions of vulnerable English households out of fuel poverty by this year, a committe...
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