We appreciate they may be

our houses, but we also know

they are our customers’

homes, a place that’s hugely

important to them.

  • New roofing team appointed at bdht

    bdht, Bromsgrove’s largest provider of affordable housing, has employed a new internal roofing team to meet the growing needs of its tenant and improve its services to continue to reach its 95% customer satisfaction target. Previously, bdht employed third party contractors in order to provide roofing repair and replacement works for its properties. The new […]

  • Local Autism and Asperger youth group addresses community needs in Bromsgrove

    An Asperger’s and autism group that started in Charford with three people, 18 months ago is going from strength to strength. Nearly 20 people a week now attend along with their parents and guardians, supporting each other and socialising in a safe environment.

    The group filled an essential gap in the community and has proven to be hugely popular since it was launched at the end of 2014. From its base at Starlight Café, Humphrey Avenue, Charford, the group welcomes young people aged 11-21 every week. Sessions include arts and crafts, games, science, basic cooking, outings and much more.

  • Community hub celebrates £15,000 cash injection to help provide vital services to vulnerable folk

    A community hub in Bromsgrove is celebrating after receiving a funding boost, helping towards continuing to provide vital services to local people.

    The Starlight Community Centre in Humphrey Avenue, Charford, has been awarded a £15,000 funding boost by the Wates Giving programme of Wates Family Charities.

  • bdht offers potential buyers in Rubery the chance to get a foot on the property ladder

    bdht, Bromsgrove’s largest provider of affordable housing, has released seven new shared ownership properties for local people at its Rubery Lane development in Rubery, South Birmingham.

    The brand new properties are a combination of spacious two and three bedroomed houses and offer buyers the opportunity to part purchase initially, with a view to buying more shares over time, offering a manageable first step onto the property ladder.

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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