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A reminder during Stress Awareness Month that BCHA's Community Front Rooms offer virtual support for people experiencing mental ill health and emotional distress
BCHA invites device manufacturers and potential suppliers to come forward with smart solutions to benefit social housing customers
The New Leaf Allotment is an important community resource, where, as Mile Mahoney, the allotment co-ordinator, explains, people come to learn new skills and make new friends.
Top-tier Dorset commercial solicitors Steele Raymond have advised charitable housing association BCHA on the acquisition of The Clock House, a new housing development in Bournemouth.
Together with Tenants is an initiative set up by the National Housing Federation. The aim is to work with housing providers and their tenants and customers to provide more transparency between landlords and tenants and strengthen relationships between them.
A unique employability skills coaching programme from BCHA aims to support people whose lives have been affected financially by COVID, as well as help rebuild the local economy
Tenancy Officer Kirsty Matlock describes why she loves the unpredictability of her role, which involves problem solving and making sure that all customers are safely housed
As we celebrate International Women's Day on 8 March 2021, if you read nothing else today, please read BCHA refuge support worker Faith Shimongola's story. It is quite simply an incredible account of determination against adversity and exemplifies what International Women's Day is all about. Thank you.
The purchasers of one of BCHA’s newly built shared ownership properties in Prospect Farm Swanage are delighted with their new home
BCHA is using creative solutions to solve accommodation problems caused by COVID at an emergency night shelter in Plymouth

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