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Hony Premlal has sent the following message to BCHA's residents and customers, to reassure them that it's business as usual
BCHA’s Director of Change, Transformation and Growth, Laura Jump, has been elected to the board of trustees of local Dorset charity, Community Action Network (CAN), which provides professional and practical support to organisations working within the voluntary and community sector in Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole.
Congratulations to Jonathan Gulliver, the author of this Who We Are blog, who has just taken up his new role of Building Safety Manager. Here, however, Jon has written about his experiences as Project Surveyor with BCHA, particularly during the first Covid lockdown. A member of the Asset Management team, Jon takes a keen interest in piloting smart building technology to help keep customers’ homes safe…
Over £5 million awarded to BCP Council and BCHA to provide housing support for local people in need
Local people will benefit from brand new housing at low cost rents in a repurposed hotel, which BCHA has purchased in Bournemouth
The Salvation Army’s 9th annual report on its work to provide specialist support to adult victims of modern slavery in England and Wales reveals that forced labour, which includes working in industries such as farming and factories, continues to be the most common type of slavery
Senior Practitioner Rio Argent talks about the challenges and changes faced by BCHA’s Bournemouth and Christchurch domestic abuse service.
Hony Premlal is the new Director of Customer, Homes and Tenancy Services at BCHA, bringing with her 24 years of sector experience, including improving customer experience, change management and seven years as a board director.
Covid 19 could offer a once in a lifetime opportunity for housing associations to deliver more with their communities, change how homes are built and adapt services, according to PlaceShapers’ and HACT’s Places After The Pandemic report
BCHA has been appointed by the Salvation Army as a specialist partner to provide support to adult victims of modern slavery in England and Wales through the Government’s new five-year Modern Slavery Victim Care Contract (MSVCC).

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