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Welfare Benefit Changes - information events
Do you claim any form of benefit?
Does benefit make up part or all of your income?
Are there times when you feel it hard to make ends meet?
If you answer yes to any or all of the above, find out more
at the information events and get advice on changes that
may affect you.
when we will be in your area.
Could you be getting a better deal on your energy?
A collective switching scheme is currently running in Kent. The
scheme aims to save you money by negotiating on behalf of a group of households to
bring down the cost of energy.
For more information and to sign up please visit Energy
Draft 2013 Allocations policy open for consultation
The council has drafted its new 2013 allocations policy
that sets out who will and who will not be assisted for social
housing in Medway.
To view the draft policy and have a chance to provide your
feedback visit the Allocations consultation page.
Free e-learning courses for Medway residents
Medway Council has introduced an innovative new training package
on a variety of subjects, from basic home maintenance to preparing
Produced in conjunction with Housing e-Academy, these
mini-courses are a brilliant opportunity for you to enhance your
skills in different areas. If we receive positive feedback, more
courses will be designed and added in the future.
The Housing e-Academy e-learning course offers 18 different
modules encompassing energy saving tips, advice on feeding a family
on a budget, guidance on how to enhance your internet and computer
skills, and much more!
In addition, this free training is a great way to bolster your
CV if you're looking to switch careers, or if you're hoping to get
back into work after a period of unemployment.
It's as easy as 1, 2, 3...
To start making the most of this fantastic opportunity, you need
to do three things:
Register your details, ensuring you select Medway
Council as your housing provider from the drop-down list.
Select your modules, and start learning!
Annual report to tenants and leaseholders 2012
The new Annual report to tenants and
leaseholders 2012 has just been published.
- Our services
- You said, we did
- Local offers - and how we respond to them
- How we are performing
- How we involve our customers
View old editions of the annual report.
View the Spring 2013 Edition of Housing
View old editions of Housing
The housing strategy and partnerships team are currently
carrying out a homelessness review of homelessness
services in Medway.
Housing in Medway
Council tenants - leaseholder or a landlord -
living in private or social
housing - Private landlords - Private tenants -
ownership - Energy saving -Crisis Grants
Strategy - Affordable housing - Apply for housing
- Kent Homechoice - Disabled adaptations - Supported Housing
housing - Housing management - Council tenants -
Paying rent and rent
arrears - Repairs - Estate
Services - Garages - Anti-social behaviour - Homes for
Independent Living - Leaseholders - Resident and leaseholder involvement -
Solutions - Homelessness - Housing options - Temporary
accommodation - Domestic abuse - Rough sleepers - Refuges - Medway homelessness
Housing policies and strategies
- Housing Services advice leaflets
- Making a complaint, compliment or suggestion
- Housing advice
- Visiting Housing Services in person - Housing performance -
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