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WDH build more new homes for affordable rent in Yorkshire27 June 2022

Published 27 June 2022
Yorkshire’s largest social housing provider, WDH, is developing 1,920 new homes for affordable rent and sale through shared ownership across the county. The new homes will be delivered over the next five years, alongside an investment of over £150 million in improving WDH’s existing homes to help build better places for people to live, helping to create more confident communities.

Keeping residents safe - Training exercises with West Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service26 May 2022

Published 26 May 2022
We are working with our partners at West Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service this month, providing them with access to some of our high rise apartments in Wakefield city centre, to allow them to carry out training exercises in our empty properties. There will be another exercise taking place this Saturday, 28 May 2022 from 10 am to 12 pm at Gill Sike House in Wakefield.

14 new homes in Wakefield delivered in partnership with Esh Construction5 May 2022

Published 5 May 2022
A development of 14 new affordable homes in Wakefield has been handed over to WDH, with the first residents set to move in imminently. Delivered by Esh Construction’s affordable housing division, the Greenhill Mews development provides seven two and three-bedroom homes for affordable rent, as well as seven properties for shared ownership, all of which have been reserved off-plan.

WDH bolsters mental health support for customers 6 October 2021

Published 6 October 2021
WDH is recruiting two health care support workers to provide even more support for customers with mental health and wellbeing concerns. The new roles, part of WDH’s partnership with the Wakefield Mental Health Alliance, will help to answer the increase in demand for mental health related support brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic.

WDH donate laptops to help online learning12 February 2021

Published 12 February 2021
Local housing association WDH has donated 62 laptops to the WF Connect project to help disadvantaged children and young people in the Wakefield district with their remote learning.
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