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Wolverhampton Homes – Estate Inspections

Wolverhampton Homes are inviting residents to identify any issues that affect their estate.

Every three months Wolverhampton Homes walks around estates and neighbourhoods with residents and other interested parties – e.g. local councillors, Wolverhampton City Council representatives, Neighbourhood Wardens and the Police – to identify any issues that affect the estate’s appearance.

These might include: Untidy gardens, Abandoned vehicles, Litter or Vandalism

The aim of an estate inspection (or evaluation) is for residents to work with Wolverhampton Homes to improve their neighbourhood. Suggestions (e.g. security lighting, car parking or gating) can be made by participants to help improve the appearance of their area.

Why should I get involved?

By taking part, you will have the opportunity to give your opinions and ideas on how to make your neighbourhood a better place to live. You will also be able to see the improvements taking place as a result of your involvement.

How do I get involved?

If you want to take part in an estate inspection, or find out more, please contact Homes Direct on 01902 556789, or visit your One Stop Shop.

You can find the dates for inspections in Wednesfield (which are split into groups of streets) here and more information on inspections here.

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