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Following a review of the City of Wolverhampton Council's Housing Allocations Policy a number of changes will take place which will affect all properties advertised on or after Tuesday 2 June 2020. The changes are as follows: Applicants who have refused two offers of suitable accommodation in a 12-month period will be deferred (your application will be temporarily closed) from the housing register for a period of six months. We will write to tell you if you are being deferred and you can ask us to review our decision. If you are owed a homeless duty we will make one offer of suitable accommodation. If you refuse the offer, it will end the statutory homelessness duty. That means that your statutory homeless priority will be removed.

Government guidance around reducing the spread of coronavirus (Covid-19) was updated on 10 May and the restrictions around renting a property have changed. To ensure the risk of spreading coronavirus is kept to a minimum the processes may be different, but you will now be able to undertake the following activities in connection with renting a home: viewing properties to rent preparing a property to move in moving home visiting a property to undertake any activities required for the renting of that property Important update: from Tuesday 2 June 2020 our weekly adverts will reopen and you will be able to bid for a home.

Over the Christmas period, Homes in the City adverts will go live at 5pm on Tuesday 17 December 2019 and close at 10am on Monday 30 December 2019. The following set of adverts will go live at 5pm on Tuesday 31 December 2019 and close at 10am on Monday 6 January 2020.

Due to Essential Maintenance of the Computer Systems, Homes in the City website may NOT be available to place bids between:

We are making improvements to Homes In The City. As of 5pm on 27th August 2019, current and new housing applicants will need an email address to apply and bid for homes. This change is one in a series of improvements we're making to enhance the customer experience and provide the best possible service to you. 

As a responsible social housing provider and managing agent for the City of Wolverhampton Council's housing stock, we are committed to providing decent homes and delivering great housing services to the people of Wolverhampton. With limited housing stock and around 10,000 people wanting for a council home, catering to the individual needs of our highly diverse city is a big challenge. That's why it's important to us that we support housing applicants with information and advice, thereby empowering them to make informed decisions about their future. Below, you'll find some useful information, including hints and tips, that will help you to find a long-term home that's right for you and successfully manage your tenancy. Are you ready to move? + Our properties represent a long-term home for many of our customers and we work hard to get them repaired and let as quickly as possible. Applicants have a role to play in this by making sure that they are ready to take on a new home before bidding for one. So, before you apply for housing and bid for a home, there are a few questions that you should ask yourself:

Graphic stating Housing Fair
City of Wolverhampton will stage its second Housing Fair of the year on Sunday 23 September 2018. The city’s free housing fairs attract hundreds of visitors looking to tap into the help and advice on offer - and find their new home.

Photo of new build houses
City of Wolverhampton Council has gone out to tender to find the developers for a £4 million contract for the fourth phase of its newbuild council housing programme for small derelict site. Eight former garage sites have been identified as part of phase four, with works due to start this summer.

Artist's impression of a house at Danesmore Pastures
New council homes are being built by City of Wolverhampton Council’s wholly owned housing company, WV Living. The first homes to be completed will be on the site of the former Danesmore Park Primary School in Ashmore Park.

Photo of new build properties in Harrowby Road
Work will begin in January on the third phase of new build council housing on small derelict sites. Harper Group PLC has been awarded the contract to deliver 26 homes across five sites. They will be developing:


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