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Play, read and watch our annual report

Our latest annual report reviews our service performance and community impact from April 2017 to March 2018. Much of the information is visual and we offer you another interactive experience like last year.

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  1. Meet Bolton's EuroApprentices!

    Meet Bolton's EuroApprentices: Michael Hutchings and Katy Henry! Read about how they'll be working with Erasmus+ to promote opportunities across Europe.

  2. Quarter Turn, Issue 1

    This week, 'Quarter Turn', our new printed newsletter has been sent to around 3000 tenants who live in our sheltered and extra care housing, or who receive Careline.

  3. Arcon joins Bolton at Home from April 2019

    New partnership aims to deliver 1,400 affordable homes

    Arcon Housing will join Bolton at Home from April and deliver much-needed affordable homes in the North West. The move has been given final Board approval by both organisations following a period of consultation with tenants and other stakeholders. It sees Arcon become a subsidiary of the Bolton at Home Limited Group and the new partnership will help to deliver 1,400 new homes by 2023.

  4. First shared ownership residents at Park Grove

    New Bolton homes welcome first residents

    We have begun welcoming our first residents of our new development of 21 shared ownership homes in Westhoughton.

    Our Park Grove development of two and three-bedroom homes is located off Cricketers Way and being marketed through our shared ownership brand Stonecross Homes.

  5. New campaign launched to help tens of thousands more Greater Manchester smokers to quit

    A major new campaign to encourage smokers in Greater Manchester to quit is to be launched on National No Smoking Day (13 March).

    The new ‘exsmoker’ campaign centres on the real life experiences of former smokers from across Greater Manchester, providing a positive message that you can stop smoking.

    While reminding smokers of the serious health impacts of tobacco, the focus is more on the personal benefits of quitting, as experienced by these local residents.

  6. New plan to tackle food poverty in Greater Manchester

    The first ever Food Poverty Action Plan for Greater Manchester was launched on Monday 4 March. Coordinated by Greater Manchester Poverty Action (GMPA), the Action Plan has been co-produced during the last 12 months by over 100 organisations, including Bolton at Home, from across the public, private and voluntary and community sectors, as well as individuals with experience of poverty. The aim is to end the scourge of food poverty in Greater Manchester.

  7. Plans for 118 new affordable homes in Bolton

    Housing associations Bolton at Home and Irwell Valley Homes, and developer and contractor Watson Homes, have submitted plans to build 118 new affordable homes on the fringes of Bolton town centre.

    With funding from Homes England, the development will be delivered to meet demand for high quality affordable homes in the area.

  8. Stars of the community awards 2019

    Bolton’s community heroes shine at annual awards

    Some of Bolton’s most inspiring volunteers and community champions have been recognised in Bolton at Home’s annual Stars of the community awards.

  9. Service charges effective from April 2019 to March 2020

    A reminder that from April 2019, and where it is appropriate, we will require some customers to pay an increased estate maintenance charge and some to pay a new service charge to cover the cost of lighting in communal areas. We first wrote to customers between 12 and 17 November 2018 to explain plans to introduce some further charges and to get feedback on the impact this might have. We tailored the letters to people’s circumstances and properties. We are now sending out annual letters that will confirm precisely what you will pay for your rent and for any service charges from April 2019 to March 2020. This Q&A explains more.

  10. Crompton, Halliwell and Tonge with the Haulgh recognised as age-friendly by Mayor of Greater Manchester

    Crompton, Halliwell and Tonge with the Haulgh in Bolton has been officially recognised as an age-friendly neighbourhood by the Mayor of Greater Manchester, Andy Burnham.

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Your home is our workplace, therefore we would respectfully request that you do not smoke in the property during the visit and that if you have any pets, they are removed from our work area until the visit is concluded.

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