NEW PROGRESS HOUSING ASSOCIATION AND NEW FYLDE HOUSING launched their annual regional garden competition for green-fingered tenants this week. More than £500 in prizes is up for grabs in a competition that grows with popularity each year.
National housing provider, Progress Care Housing Association, which supports people with learning disabilities and mental health needs to live independently has been shortlisted for a prestigious industry award.
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Lancashire-based Progress Housing Group has been shortlisted in two categories for the UK Housing Awards 2013.
A family has been evicted from their home after their son’s behaviour caused misery for local residents.
A 46 year old woman who has continued to become a nuisance to local residents is today behind bars after entering the Broadfield estate in Leyland. Deborah Whittle, of no fixed abode, was sentenced to spend 196 days in prison after she pleaded guilty to breaching a court order for the fifth time.
Lancashire based Progress Housing Group have made a £2,000 donation to the Wigan Warriors Community Foundation.
Tenants at a sheltered housing scheme which is just a stone’s throw from the sea celebrated the completion of improvement works with a traditional fish and chip lunch.
Residents on the Kilnhouse estate in Lytham are being called on to help with a community spruce up on Thursday (17 January).
Staff from a Lancashire-based housing group are reaping the benefits of deaf and disability awareness training as they are now able to communicate through signing to their Deaf tenants.
The Chief Executives of two leading housing associations in the Lancashire area are urging local people to check out their finances, in advance of the upcoming Welfare Reform Act.
Two housing association tenants have been given a stern warning for breaching an injunction requiring them to give engineers access to their home to carry out important gas safety checks.
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