We appreciate they may be

our houses, but we also know

they are our customers’

homes, a place that’s hugely

important to them.

  • Local school children help bdht bury Bromsgrove time capsule

    bdht, Bromsgrove’s largest provider of affordable housing, has been joined by local school children to bury a time capsule at its office at Buntsford Court. The burial ceremony took place at 11.30am on Thursday 6th October after an idea from a bdht staff member to remember Bromsgrove how it is now and record what local […]

  • 100 happy home owners thanks to bdht

    bdht, Bromsgrove’s largest provider of affordable housing, invited local MP Sajid Javid and Gill Payne from the National Housing Federation to hand over the keys to its 100th shared-ownership property. The property, on the Perryfields development in Sidemoor, Bromsgrove was purchased by new home owner, Carolyn Williams. Carolyn, a mobile beauty therapist, was looking for […]

  • bdht Raised Over £900 for the Community with Family Fun Days

    The sun was out and the sky was blue as bdht, Bromsgrove’s largest provider of affordable housing, organised two Family Fun Days this month as part of its continuous effort to give back to the community, raising in total £941 for local good causes. Held on Wednesday 17th August at the King George Close playing […]

  • bdht set to deliver stylish apartments for older people in Bromsgrove

    bdht, Bromsgrove’s largest provider of affordable housing, is set to release a range of properties for early bird reservation at its brand new development in Bromsgrove Town centre, offering sheltered living for people aged over 60. A selection of 26 apartments will be available at bdht’s Churchfields development, ready for occupation early in 2017. Thirteen […]

Responding to change

It’s now twelve 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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