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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).
Property Development Officer, Thomas Bain describes his role at BCHA, helping to provide suitable accommodation for tenants, as: "a very exciting responsibility to have."
The National Housing Federation has today published an updated statement, which confirms the housing association sector’s ongoing united commitment to supporting residents as a time when they may be particularly worried about their income.
Residents at Melcombe House in Weymouth have been found suitable alternative homes following a decision made by BCHA to redevelop the property and provide improved accommodation
BCHA Senior Practitioner Lisa Hudson talks about the work carried out by BCHA’s Dorset Young People’s Services and her pride in her team, whose dedicated support helps young people lead happy and fulfilled lives.
BCHA is proud to be the first non NHS organisation to offer face to face mental health consultations using the NHS’s secure Attend Anywhere video call facility
Following months of site preparation and infrastructure work, the actual build of Bridport’s cohousing development is now underway
BCHA’s accredited Level 1 Horticulture Course is available free to anyone over 19, unemployed and resident in Dorset and offers a mental health boost while learning
J.P. Morgan has kindly donated funding to the New Leaf Community Allotment Service, enabling them to buy a silent generator, which will help provide services all year round

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