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Francis and Annita
Vineries resident Francis on the left and Project Manager, Annita Barker next to him. The Vineries, in Dagenham, is one of Circle's independent living centres and provides accommodation and support to young people aged 16 -25 who are statutorily homeless.
Greening the box
Wherry Housing’s retro-fitted 1920’s house in Norfolk has solar panelling and ‘super insulation’, so it can use 80% less energy than an equivalent home.
The Mardyke Estate was a 1960s estate, situated just off the A13 in Dagenham. The housing was a mix of high rise and low rise flats, many of which were outdated bedsits.
The regeneration of Mardyke into 'Orchard Village' is now well underway, with the demolition of the old housing complete.
“The future of the estate is looking incredibly positive,” said Mick Fury, chairman of the Mardyke Tenants Association, “The whole area will be hugely improved by this regeneration.”
Eastside Youth Centre
The Eastside Youth Centre was set up by Old Ford Housing Association in Bow, East London, and is aimed at young people aged between 13 and 16 from across the community.
Most of the activities take place Monday to Thursday from 6pm until 9pm but there are some that take place during late afternoon, such as the job club, the youth committee and the under-13s club.
Madeleine and her two daughters - happy with House Exchange. Madeleine said; “I love living in the city as there are so many more job opportunities. I also love the fact that I'm close to lots of shops and my sister.”
Circle offers great benefits and plenty of opportunity for learning and development. And we're currently recruiting >
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Old Ford Housing Association has won a prestigious national Gold Award for Excellence. Old Ford won the Building Cohesive Communities category of the awards which recognise achievements and excellence in the social housing sector.
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