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A new digital era for Housing news!

Welcome to the first of our new-look Housing News e-magazines!

We're very excited to be bringing all of our tenants and leaseholders the latest news about our housing services, and information about what's going on in and around your borough! We hope you like the new look, the chattier, more informal tone and that you'll get involved. You can comment on the articles in each issue, share the content via social media with your friends and family, and join in our online polls.

Plus, we want to hear from you. If you want to write in with article ideas or suggest topics that you think we should be covering then that'd be brilliant! We want this new-look Housing News to be as interactive as possible, so if you tell us what you want to see, we'll make sure you see it!

Tell us what you like, and more importantly don't like, and let us know what is of genuine interest to you and your neighbours. Plus if you subscribe (which is all free of course!) then you'll receive each new edition straight to your inbox! And please don't forget is subscribe we're going to be offering some really useful prizes exclusive to subscribers, so get your friends involved as it will absolutely be worth your while! 

To read Housing News, select the headings list on the left and then choose the articles you want to read. It's as simple as that!

In this issue of Housing news get a first look at the plans for the Newtown play parks, and enter our amazing competition. You can also find out exactly what Universal Credit is .

Happy reading!

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