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Major improvements are being made to the standard, energy efficiency and tenants’ experience of social housing owned by St Albans City and District Council.
£18 million contract signed for work to make 900 Council homes more energy efficient - and save tenants money!
St Albans City and District Council has appointed a specialist contractor to undertake £18 million of improvements to more than 900 homes and reduce tenants’ energy bills.
Following an error, the direct debit for customers who pay for their housing and garage rent at the beginning of the month, was not collected when due on the Tuesday 2 May.
St Albans City and District Council is hosting a Landlord Forum on Tuesday 23 May.
£8.45 million grant for project to make Council homes more energy efficient and reduce tenants’ bills
St Albans City and District Council has been awarded an £8.45 million Government grant to make homes more energy efficient and reduce bills.
Housing Strategy for St Albans District is published – key pledges include improving the energy efficiency of Council homes
A housing strategy for St Albans District – including commitments to improve energy efficiency and build more homes for social rent – has been published.
Rough sleepers are being offered emergency accommodation in St Albans District during the winter. A bed is available every night for all those who want one.
St Albans City and District Council is to join the Hertfordshire Home Improvement Agency (HHIA) to deliver grant-funded disability aids and adaptations to householders.
Five key commitments have been proposed for a new Housing Strategy for St Albans District.
Rough sleepers were offered emergency accommodation in St Albans District during the cold winter months – with a bed available for all those who wanted one.
A £1.48 million grant has been obtained to improve the energy efficiency of social rent houses in St Albans District.
A strategy to ensure almost 5,000 social rent homes are made carbon neutral by 2030 has been produced.
Two new social-rent homes have been built with eco-friendly air source heat pumps to cut carbon emissions.
Extra COVID-secure accommodation is available for all rough sleepers in St Albans District during the cold winter months.
A new homelessness strategy for St Albans District has been produced to further improve the support offered to people without a permanent home.