City West Housing Trust has been successful in reaching the final of this year’s 24Housing Awards in the Care & Support Provider of the Year category.
Local residents have named three new roads which will be built as part of our development of 68 two and three bed family houses and 12 one and two bed flats at Clifford Street and Green Street in Eccles.
A Salford resident has risen to the challenge of launching a new company thanks to a City West programme aimed at helping people to turn their business dreams into a reality.
City West’s Amblecote Gardens extra care scheme has been named one of the Top 60 Developments for 2015 by Inside Housing magazine.
A Salford resident has won a competition to name City West Housing Trust’s new £6.5 million state-of-the-art extra care facility, which is set to transform the former Ninian Gardens site in Walkden town centre.
City West Housing Trust brought housing professionals from across Greater Manchester together to consider in-work poverty and to discuss the issues around people who work yet live in poverty.
Green fingered residents at a Salford extra care facility have been spicing up meal times by growing their own food.
Colette McKune, Group Deputy Chief Executive of North West housing group ForViva, has been awarded an MBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours.
Staff from City West went the extra mile for charity by running five marathons in five days.
We have pledged to raise £13,000 for Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital Charity (RMCH Charity) in 2015.
A City West Community Development Officer has been recognised for her outstanding work with residents in Salford.
City West has launched a competition for Salford residents to get creative and name a new state-of-the-art extra care scheme.
Everyone has a right to have a place they can call home. That’s why City West Housing Trust supports the National Housing Federation’s Homes for Britain campaign.
City West Housing Trust and Salix Homes have both been highly commended by judges at the prestigious UK Housing Awards 2015.
City West has been awarded for delivering a first-class service to our customers.
When 88-year-old Joyce Hayes moved into the new Amblecote Gardens extra care facility in Salford she could have had little idea of the lasting impact the decision would have on her and her family.
We have secured planning permission to transform the site of a derelict pub into a modern apartment complex.
The March 2015 issue of Life In Salford magazine will soon be coming through your letter box and is available to read online.