has successfully recruited qualified experienced care staff, management team, domestic, and maintenance and kitchen staff following a thorough application, interview and assessment process.
These are the first in a series of events and initiatives that BCHG
will be holding over the coming year.
is using the VFM savings we generate through QCOMMUNITIEs to reinvest into our local community, for example supporting Blackheath library to create a community hub, where job club services are provided, exercise classes and cultural events take place, such as the recent Jazz night featuring Potato Head Jazzband all the way from Granada, Spain.
manages 2,000 homes across Birmingham and the Black Country.
, as a Work Programme subcontractor since the initiative's launch, we see the important role that more housing providers could play in the programme by helping the long-term unemployed and most vulnerable in society to find work.
Richard Baines, director of sustainable development at BCHG
, meets tenants at Moat Farm for Black Country Housing Group
believes that empowering social housing tenants with the knowledge to help them keep in control of their finances will give them the chance to develop their confidence and abilities and ensure they manage money more effectively.
Sarah had a great sense of humour and her strategic thinking ability was of great value to BCHG
through which she made an enormous contribution.
Sharon Fereday, development manager with BCHG
, said: "This is potentially a very exciting find, not just for Wednesbury but for the wider West Midlands.
is also poised to extend the good work of the Care & Repair department to Wolverhampton.
Sharon Fereday, development manager for BCHG
, said: "We thought this would be an excellent opportunity for children at the school to learn about the history of such an important site in their community.
, we have spent the last 15 years gaining an understanding of the technology needed to retrofit our homes.