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Move brings sisters together in Harbury

Move brings sisters together in Harbury

Rosemarie Smith, known as Bunty, is looking forward to getting even more involved in her local community, having moved nearer to her sister, Sue. Bunty says that her and Sue have always been very close sisters, enjoying caravan holidays together with their husbands in the past, and always living...


Landowner’s 30 year commitment to local homes

Landowner’s 30 year commitment to local homes

A Warwickshire landowner has spent 30 years helping to ensure that local families can afford to live in the rural communities they know and love. Paul Bellew and his wife, Margaret, have been working in partnership with us since 1989, providing land to enable local people to remain in the Warwick...


Our Annual Report 2018/19 is now available

Our Annual Report 2018/19 is now available

See how we have performed in our Annual Report and view our Financial Statements. If you would like more information about our work please contact us.


WRHA gives dad a fresh start

WRHA gives dad a fresh start

Warwickshire dad Tony Beston says he couldn’t be happier in his first proper home for seven years. Tony, aged 52, was forced to stay with family and friends after a relationship breakdown left him without a roof over his head. But now, thanks to Warwickshire Rural Housing Association, Tony says h...


Customer Service Week

Customer Service Week

It's half way through Customer Service Week and we are proud to be active during this week, following the theme set by the Institute of Customer Service:- Monday – Insight: Knowing your customer and how to deliver to them We have shared some important statistics about our customers - the average...


WRHA support #Housing Day 2019

WRHA support #Housing Day 2019

Warwickshire Rural Housing Association is proud to be supporting #Housing Day 2019 today. The annual Twitter event brings housing providers together to start a national conversation about the positive difference which social housing makes to millions of people across the country. This year’s them...


WRHA supports Gas Safety Week

WRHA supports Gas Safety Week

Gas Safety Week kicks off today and Warwickshire Rural Housing Association is joining organisations UK-wide in raising awareness. Launched in 2011, Gas Safety Week provides a platform for organisations to focus on the importance of properly maintained gas appliances to avoid the risk of gas leaks...


Dyas Green unveiled!

Dyas Green unveiled!

Warwickshire Rural Housing Association (WRHA) Chairman, Derrick Dyas, got the surprise of his life when he discovered the brand new development in Stretton on Fosse has been named in his honour. With his wife, colleagues, local councillors and housing leaders at his side at the official opening e...


August Bank Holiday Office Closure

August Bank Holiday Office Closure

Our offices are closed on Monday 26th and Tuesday 27th August. If you are a resident with an emergency repair please follow the instructions below, if you have a non emergency repair please report this via myhomeonline An emergency repairs are those needed to avoid immediate danger to your health...


Keyte Gardens shortlisted for second National Award

Keyte Gardens shortlisted for second National Award

Warwickshire Rural Housing Association’s Keyte Gardens development in Wootton Wawen is on the shortlist for another national award. Morton Wykes Kramer Architects has been named as one of four finalists in the ‘Housing Crisis Solution’ category of The Sunday Times’ British Homes Awards for their...

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