City West is leading the way in trialling a new energy measure which will save our customers up to £90 a year on their fuel bills.
Children living near a new housing development in Salford have been warned about the dangers of playing on and near construction sites
City West is helping young customers and their parents to develop and boost their first aid knowledge, learning life-saving skills.
A group of young entrepreneurs from Worsley have picked up four awards at the final of the Young Enterprise Company Programme in Manchester.
City West has been recognised for going over and above high standards of customer service after retaining its Customer Service Excellence (CSE) accreditation.
City West Housing Trust has purchased 78 homes in Salford from Great Places Housing Group. The properties, in the Little Hulton area of Salford, were acquired on 31st March.
A Salford primary school teamed up with City West and our contractors to give their school grounds a makeover.
A group of 12 young people from West Salford have rolled up their sleeves to help refurbish a popular children’s centre in Eccles, thanks to a community project backed by The Prince’s Trust, City West Housing Trust and Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service (GMFRS).
A 102-year-old woman from Salford has had her Eccles bungalow transformed thanks to improvement works carried out by City West Housing Trust to adapt her home to meet her needs.
City West Housing Trust is tackling dangerous driving in West Salford with the help of some very young bobbies on the beat from two local primary schools.
City West Housing Trust has marked National Apprenticeship Week (3 to 7 March) by announcing that it is set to create nine new apprentice positions – giving local residents the chance to build a career while working on projects across West Salford.
During Climate Week (3rd – 9th March) City West is helping to signpost customers to ways in which they can save money on energy bills, reduce energy use and generate less waste.
City West is pledging to raise £10,000 to train two guide dog puppies, to help blind and partially-sighted people to gain independence.
“Bite The Hand That Feeds” by Salford singer/songwriter Dominic Williams is a song about Loan Sharks.
Customers at City West’s Kemball sheltered scheme recently took a trip to Rivington Hall Barn.
A new initiative from City West which aims to combat unemployment is proving to be a great success.
City West’s contractor Bardsley Construction, developing 78 new build homes at Amblecote, has been awarded a certificate demonstrating ‘Performance Beyond Compliance’ by the Considerate Constructor Scheme (CCS) against its Code of Practice.