We appreciate they may be

our houses, but we also know

they are our customers’

homes, a place that’s hugely

important to them.

  • Stoke Prior residents celebrate replacement community hub, thanks to bdht

    Older people in Stoke Prior are celebrating the replacement of a popular community hub that provides a lifeline to housebound residents.

    bdht, Bromsgrove’s largest provider of affordable housing, has put a smile on the faces of some of its residents after announcing the replacement of The Shac, a portable cabin located in Prior Avenue.

  • Get Online Week

    Get Online Week is a national campaign to raise awareness of Digital Technology and how to access services online. bdht will be running a series of sessions during this week, from the basics of understanding the difference between a computer and a tablet to how to bank online.

    If you would like to book a place on any of these free sessions, then please let a member of the Starlight Café Team know or contact Rachael Tooth on freephone 0800 0850 160 or by emailing info@www.bdht.co.uk

  • Community hub celebrates five star hygiene rating

    A community hub in Bromsgrove is celebrating after receiving a five star rating in a recent inspection by Worcestershire County Council.

    The Starlight Café in Humphrey Avenue, Charford, which is run by bdht, Bromsgrove’s largest provider of affordable housing, was awarded full marks in its most recent assessment last month.

    Worcestershire County Council’s environmental health inspector sprung a surprise inspection on the café, which is adjacent to the Starlight Community Centre and offers not only a fully functioning community café, but a range of services for local people.

  • Hundreds turn out for bdht Family Fun days

    Hundreds of local residents turned out for donkey and pony rides, boxercise, face painting and a host of other activities at bdht’s recent Family Fun Days held last month. What’s more, Bromsgrove’s largest provider of affordable housing, raised £800 for its local Aspergers and Autism group in the process.

    The first event was held at King George Close playing fields, Sidemoor on 5th August and the second at Lyttleton Avenue Park, Charford on 26th August, to bring the community together and raise funds.

Responding to change

It’s now ten years since we took responsibility for social housing across the district. During that time we have focused on improving services to you, our tenants, and we are really pleased that we have seen an increase in tenant satisfaction, from 79% in 2004 to 92% this year.

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