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Estate Inspections 2016/17 Cambridge, Ipswich, London

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 CAMBRIDGE 27 -32 Rustat Close 4 April AM 18 July AM 3 October AM 9 January AM 18 -26 Rustat Close 4 April AM 18 July AM 3 October AM 9 January AM 15 Church Street 4 April AM 18 July AM 3 October AM 9 January AM 16 Church Street

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The Moorings, East London gets makeover for New Year

An East London community is getting a new look for the New Year thanks to £44K funding from housing association Riverside. Issues with security and dilapidation in this East London community have led to a refresh project including new gates, bin stores and landscape gardening. After a consultation with tenants, Riverside applied for Central Asset

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Care and Support rebrand

Riverside ECHG has updated its name to Riverside Care and Support. Our new name was officially unveiled at a launch event last month where Executive Director Léann Hearne declared “we now have a name that says what we do on the tin”. Léann joined Chief Executive Carol Matthews at King George’s supported housing scheme in

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Scheme garden competition winners announced

The customers of Grosvenor Gardens in Tameside were proud to be the winners of this year’s regional and national Care and Support garden competition. The garden includes a large seating area, herb garden, green house, and numerous beautiful plants and trees. In addition, the residents have built a summer house, as there is no communal

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Standing up to tenancy fraud in the South East

Riverside is committed to standing up against tenancy cheats. This is a wider South East problem, with all local authorities tackling the issue. A dedicated Riverside team, operating out of the Dartford office, launched a confidential Key Amnesty this month to help those breaking the law come forward without fear of prosecution, with the recovery

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Thought-provoking play about gang violence performed in Croydon

Thought-provoking play Terriers was devised to tackle gang violence. Delivered by the Royal Court Liverpool Trust and Fairfield Halls in Croydon, the project was originally commissioned by Merseyside Police. The play aims to get young people thinking about the consequences of their actions and their attitude towards gang behaviour. Community engagement officer Wendy Mason was

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