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Housing

Wythenshawe Community Housing Group

WCHG

8 Poundswick Lane, Wythenshawe. Manchester, M22 9TA.

T: 0800 633 5500 (FREE FROM A LANDLINE)

T: 0300 111 0000 (LOCAL RATE FROM A MOBILE)

E: Mail  customerenquiries@wchg.org.uk

Wythenshawe Community Housing Group was

formed on 1st April 2013 following a new group

structure of Willow Park Housing Trust and Parkway

Green Housing Trust.

This group structure has created a combined stock of almost 14,000

properties, providing homes to more than 20,000 people across

Wythenshawe, Manchester and a projected annual turnover of £61

million per year.

Neighbourhood Wardens

0161 946 9501

Wythenshawe Community Housing Group

Manchester Move

Manchester Move offers advice for home seekers and displays

available housing options across Greater Manchester including -

Council and housing association homes.

Rent from a private landlord.

Swap your home.

Take a low-cost step to home

ownership.

Look in more areas.

Get help to stay where you are.

Manchester Move

Citizens Advice Bureau

The Citizens Advice Bureau website gives advice

on your rights and responsibilities. You could also

find yourself threatened with eviction if you can't

cope with your mortgage payments.

You can find information about how to go about renting or buying a

home or just finding somewhere to live. You can also find advice on

handling problems with your landlord and help to avoid losing your

home.

Shelter

Housing Association Tenants Advice and information for housing association tenants, including the different types of tenancies, your rights as a housing association tenant, rules on rent arrears, the right to acquire your home and benefits.
The Bedroom Tax From the 1st of April 2013, the ‘bedroom tax’ brought in new rules for people claiming housing benefit for their council or housing association homes. There is now a limit on the number of bedrooms housing benefit will help pay for.  
Complaints and Legal Action Information about different options for resolving disputes about your home. Which of these options is most appropriate will depend on what the problem is, who is at fault, and what has already been done to put it right.  
Private Renting All aspects of private renting, from budgeting for and finding a rented home, to problems with tenancies, and how to properly end your tenancy.  
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Housing

Wythenshawe Community Housing Group

WCHG

8 Poundswick Lane, Wythenshawe. Manchester,

M22 9TA.

T: 0800 633 5500 (FREE FROM A LANDLINE)

T: 0300 111 0000 (LOCAL RATE FROM A MOBILE)

E: Mail  customerenquiries@wchg.org.uk

Wythenshawe Community Housing Group was

formed on 1st April 2013 following a new group

structure of Willow Park Housing Trust and

Parkway Green Housing Trust.

This group structure has created a combined

stock of almost 14,000 properties, providing

homes to more than 20,000 people across

Wythenshawe, Manchester and a projected

annual turnover of £61 million per year.

Neighbourhood Wardens

0161 946 9501

Manchester Move

Manchester Move offers advice for home seekers

and displays available housing options across

Greater Manchester including -

Council and housing association homes.

Rent from a private landlord.

Swap your home.

Take a low-cost step to home ownership.

Look in more areas.

Get help to stay where you are.

Citizens Advice Bureau

The Citizens Advice Bureau website gives advice on

your rights and responsibilities. You could also find

yourself threatened with eviction if you can't cope

with your mortgage payments.

You can find information about how to go about

renting or buying a home or just finding

somewhere to live. You can also find advice on

handling problems with your landlord and help to

avoid losing your home.

Shelter

Housing Association Tenants Advice and information for housing association tenants, including the different types of tenancies, your rights as a housing association tenant, rules on rent arrears, the right to acquire your home and benefits.
The Bedroom Tax From the 1st of April 2013, the ‘bedroom tax’ brought in new rules for people claiming housing benefit for their council or housing association homes. There is now a limit on the number of bedrooms housing benefit will help pay for.  
Complaints and Legal Action Information about different options for resolving disputes about your home. Which of these options is most appropriate will depend on what the problem is, who is at fault, and what has already been done to put it right.  
Private Renting All aspects of private renting, from budgeting for and finding a rented home, to problems with tenancies, and how to properly end your tenancy.  
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