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Pendleton PFI could be at risk, says BlearsPendleton PFI could be at risk,...
The scheme to demolish, rebuild, and build 1000 new homes in Pendleton could be under threat, says Salford MP Hazel Blears.
City West and LMH have the foresight to deliver City West and LMH have the...
Two North West housing associations that have had the foresight to deliver more for less in a climate where the demands on public ...
City West signs up to tower block schemeCity West signs up to tower...
Fire safety has been stepped up in high rise blocks in Salford as City West Housing Trust improves signage in its flats to help fi...
City West win Platinum Award in commitment to CSCSCity West win Platinum Award in...
In recognition of commitment to the Construction Skills Certificate Scheme (CSCS) City West’s Skills Centre has achieved the Plati...
HCA opens online debate on empty homesHCA opens online debate on empty...
The Homes and Communities Agency (HCA) is running an online debate to explore new ways to help bring more private sector homes bac...
£5m from Govt for Salford homes confirmed£5m from Govt for Salford homes...
More than 700 homes in Salford over the next year will be improved after a £5m grant from the government was confirmed this week.
City West investment saves former council homesCity West investment saves former council...
More than 90 homes on a rundown former council estate have been saved from potential demolition thanks to a £1.1 million investmen...
Salix homes gardening competition 2010Salix homes gardening competition 2010
Salix homes have announced a gardening competition for all of its customers in Salford with plenty of prizes on offer, details bel...
Video: Lombardy Court gets garden makeoverVideo: Lombardy Court gets garden makeover
by Tony Flynn Video edited by Tom Rodgers The residents of Lombardy Court on Salford Precinct now have a restored and colourfu...
 Barton Village – providing homes for the future Barton Village – providing homes...
City West Housing Trust will transform four run-down tower blocks in the heart of Eccles into a modern urban community called Bart...
Travelodge secures new site at LPC’s Radclyffe ParkTravelodge secures new site at LPC’s...
Salford based regeneration developer, LPC Living, has submitted plans to build a new hotel in Ordsall, having formally agreed term...
Free lease advice event for all Salford residentsFree lease advice event for all...
Chancery Gardens Neighbourhood Watch team are organising a free advise session with Lease-Advice.org.uk
 United Utilities seeks drought permit - Salford should prepare for hosepipe ban United Utilities seeks drought permit...
The utility firm hit by north-west England's driest start to the year since 1929 wants to take more water from lakes and rivers, t...
 PFI schemes to build and refurbish council homes 'hit by delays and extra costs' PFI schemes to build and...
Private finance deals to build and refurbish council homes have consistently been hit by delays and cost over-runs, the Whitehall ...
Hosepipe ban on the cards after driest year yetHosepipe ban on the cards after...
by Tom Rodgers United Utilities are considering a hosepipe ban in the North West.
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