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Housing hubs now open

Housing hubs now open

Council tenants can now get advice and support face-to-face via Dudley Council’s new housing hubs and surgeries.

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Community safety event

People can have their say on community safety issues at an event next month.

Councillor Laura Taylor

Views sought on homelessness prevention strategy

People can give their views on plans to help prevent homelessness across Dudley borough.

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Council house lit in orange to support campaign

People in Dudley are being encouraged to support a campaign that aims to raise awareness of domestic abuse and violence against women and girls.

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Winter switch scheme launches

People can sign up to a winter energy switching scheme to potentially save on their energy bills. 

Dudley Council House

Pop-up events to be held next week to raise awareness of housing fraud

Officers will be out and about across the borough next week to raise awareness of housing fraud and how to report it.

Change into action 2023

Online donations to support vulnerable

More than £3,000 has been received in online donations to help people in need across the borough.

New Swinford Hall completion

Conversion of new homes complete

A multi-million-pound conversion of a former care home into new affordable council homes is now complete.

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Security boost for CCTV

Security is being boosted in key areas of Dudley borough with virtual ‘trip wires’ at sites monitored by CCTV.

Himley Road development

New homes for sale project nears completion

Dudley Council’s fifth project to build private homes for sale in Dudley is nearing completion.

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Dudley Council takes action on housing data

Dudley Council is taking action to improve the quality of data it holds on its housing stock after an internal review found it was not consistently accurate or up to date.

Laura Taylor in CCTV control room

Warning for criminals as CCTV investment gets green light

Council bosses are “taking on” fly-tippers and other criminals by giving the green light to an £150,000 investment in its CCTV network.