Our spring newsletters are now online!
This spring edition provides useful information for you, including details of our rent setting and service charges for the year and support with rising energy costs.
There is a feature on how our plumbing apprentice Alicia and our Kickstart recruit Jack have been getting on with our training support and information on our new Progress Futures portal.
In this issue, you can also find out how you can get involved in our upcoming events, from our Progress in Bloom competition, estate walkabouts, community clean-up days and Soup Dragon's Den, not to mention supporting Key Unlocking Futures sponsored sleep-out event.
You can read these articles and more in the latest issue of StreetTalk by clicking here
In Progress People, we are thrilled to reveal the name and our visual identity for our new supported living service, Reside With Progress.
There is a feature about keeping the water safe in your homes and some simple tips for you to follow to use portable heaters safely.
We share several tenant stories, including when Ben received a hero of the day award for calling the emergency services when one of his support workers became ill.
We also detail how you can enter Progress in Bloom 2022, the sunflower growing competition, and participate in our Scarecrow Festival.
You can read these articles and more in the latest issue of Progress People by clicking here
This newsletter also includes an article about the new visual identity for Reside With Progress.
There is also an article about the Community Support Grant and how to apply for funding of up to £500 from Progress Housing Group's Community Investment Fund to support community groups and projects. One successful application requested table tennis equipment which now helps improve tenants' health and wellbeing. Do you have a project or know of a community group that could benefit from this grant?
We also congratulate LiLAC tenants Donna and Adrian, who have been together for 35 years and celebrated a church blessing last month.
You can read these articles and more in the latest issue of LiLAC News by clicking here
In this issue, you can read about Tristan, a tenant in Norwich, who raised an amazing £1,200 by walking 26 miles to raise money for St Martins, a charity that helps him with support.
An article explains what you are to expect when your Tenant Support Officer visits for your annual review to check that everything is okay.
The newsletter also includes information explaining what you need to do if you have an emergency repair.
There is also a competition to win a Samsung tablet!
You can read these articles and more in the latest issue of the Reside newsletter by clicking here