Apnar Ghar are seeking new Board members

Apna Ghar Housing Association is looking to replace retiring Board members.

They are looking for experienced professionals with a financial or development background.
Social housing experience would be ideal and  welcome applications from people with disabilities.

How to apply

Please send your CV and a covering letter, summarising the skills and attributes you can bring to the Board.

Email Noreen Sumra, Chair, at noreen@apnaghar.org.uk
For more information, phone Noreen on 07904 812 811.
The closing date for applications is: Friday 1st May 2015.

Board member advert

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Westway Housing Association – Income & Tenancy Sustainment Officer vacancy

Westway Housing Association have an Income & Tenancy Sustainment Officer vacancy.

Income & Tenancy Sustainment Officer (17.5 hours per week) based in Ladbroke Grove

 £13,353 – £14,131 per annum

Please visit Westway Housing Association’s website for further details 


Income Tenancy Sustainment Officer (17 5 hours per week)

WHA’s Application Form

Advert for Income Tenancy Sustainment Officer (17 5 hrs)

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Housing Rights – Migrants Rights

Migrants living or looking for a home in the private rented sector will be able to get advice on their housing rights from an expanded website. The website – http://www.housing-rights.info – is run by the Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH) and BMENational, the body that represents BME housing associations.




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Introduce Black History to the Primary Curriculum

To make Black History part of the school curriculum for Primary education, It helps to enrich the development of the spiritual, moral, social and cultural needs of all ethnic groups.

100,000 Signatures are needed by 10th February 2015 for this to happen. For more information and to sign the petition, please visit the HM Government website.


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Should private landlords be ‘amateur border guards’?

New measures requiring private landlords to check the immigration status of prospective tenants started to come into force on 1 December. CIH policy adviser John Perry explains why we are working with a range of other organisations to assess the impact.


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