News from Bolton at Home
Here you'll find news articles from across the organisation, from important tenant updates and new housing developments, to community events and activities.
Sharing social value impact on Housing Day
The social value of Greater Manchester’s housing providers over the last financial year (April 2019 to March 2020) has been published to show the collective value of housing associations to local communities around Greater Manchester.
The impact graphic has been published to coincide with national #HousingDay (7 October). You can download it here.
Social value is commonly defined by the positive changes people experience in their lives due to the actions of an organisation or business.
We’re one of the members of the Greater Manchester Housing Providers partnership (https://gmhousing.co.uk).
We share the same social value goals and this shows the benefits to communities from what we do as individual providers and working in partnership.
Providers are currently working together to:
- Double the delivery of new homes in Greater Manchester
- Reduce the pressures on health and social care through modern homes for an ageing population
- Invest in more than 1,000 Greater Manchester apprentices
- Support the Greater Manchester economy through procurement processes
- Tackle homelessness through better temporary accommodation.
We’re happy to comment on current housing and related issues.
For more information contact Andrew Pilkington, Marketing and Communications Manager, on 01204 329714 or email email@example.com
Tap4 Latest Issue - released 14 September 2020
Tap4 is our digital publication for tenants and is released every quarter. It keeps you clued-up on the things we do to build and support our communities, puts a spotlight on the people and organisations that make Bolton brilliant, and is inspired by you.
Quarter Turn issues
Quarter Turn Latest Issue - 13 July 2020:
Quarter Turn is dedicated to raising awareness of interesting activities, relevant services and inspiring stories from in and around our communities, celebrating those involved in community activities. A new issue is printed and posted every quarter. From April 2020, we've increased the distribution so it now goes to Bolton at Home tenants aged over 70 who live in general let without Careline, as well as to those living in extra care schemes, sheltered housing and in general let with Careline.