Staff at City West are celebrating after winning a suite of national industry awards and gaining a top business accreditation.
A group of youngsters will mark the launch of Anti-Bullying Week with a competition aimed at stamping out cyber bullying in Salford.
City West Housing Trust and City West Works have retained the Housing Quality Network’s (HQN) Direct Labour Organisation (DLO) and repairs and maintenance accreditation, which recognises the first-class service we provide to our homes.
Latest research findings revealed today by My Home Finance, a national social lending organisation, and City West Housing Trust show that one third of people are planning to take out some kind of short-term credit to pay for Christmas. 15% of these people had no idea of the actual costs involved.
A Salford social landlord has helped to turn a beautician’s dream of owning her own salon into a reality.
Linda Cartwright, a City West Housing Trust customer living in Irlam, took part in the landlord’s Don’t Keep It Under Your Hat initiative which helps local residents to set up and develop their own businesses.
A Salford housing association has scooped a national award after its construction training programme helped more than 250 into employment.
Business owners in Salford have welcomed a dramatic transformation to three shopping parades thanks to a £1million investment from City West.
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City West is calling for radical changes to how homes are provided to elderly and vulnerable people living in the UK, following the release of a report by think tank the Institute of Public Policy Research (IPPR) North.
A project set up by a City West and a charity in Salford has helped incidences of youth anti-social behaviour (ASB) drop by 90 per cent.
A new campaign is hoping to inspire hundreds of people living in Salford to get into work.
It is fitting that the BBC’s The Apprentice is back on our screens as there is a new Apprentice in town and she too is about to star in a little film all of her own.
City West’s first ever independently audited social accounts are now available, showing a range of projects and initiatives that have made a difference in our communities from April 2013 to March 2014.
Alan Henning, was a man from Eccles who was trying to bring help and comfort to people in need. In tribute to Alan and, in line with the wishes of his wife Barbara, Salford City Council in collaboration with SalfordOnline.com has launched a memorial fund to provide financial support to Alan and Barbara’s children.
City West's £14.3 million investment to regenerate a community in Salford is celebrating the latest stage of completion with the unveiling of a new community centre.
Salford residents hoping to re-build their lives are being given the chance to develop new skills and find a career – while securing a home to call their own.
Unsung heroes from across Salford got their moment in the spotlight at an awards event organised by City West.
City West and Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service (GMFRS) have teamed up with The Prince’s Trust for a personal development course, which features work experience, qualifications and community projects. Participants were aged between 16 and 25 and included young people from a range of backgrounds.
Shadow Health Secretary Andy Burnham MP joined City West Housing Trust in launching a new extra care facility that will change the way health and housing services are delivered to vulnerable people in Salford.
Staff and customers from City West Housing Trust have swept the streets of Salford clean to mark the launch of a £60 million investment project that will help transform communities across the city.
City West has been successful in reaching the final of this year’s 24Housing Awards.
Teenagers are getting the chance to learn new skills and boost job prospects thanks to Salford Foundation and City West Housing Trust.
City West has been announced as a finalist in this year’s national Women in Housing Awards.