April 22nd, 2010 | by James Clarke
Following our news stories in February and March which highlighted problems with a set of derelict garages in Ashmore Park, we can now reveal that Wolverhampton Homes (the organisation, which manages Wolverhampton City Councilâ€™s homes, shops and garages) is taking legal action against a former tenant who is refusing to vacate the garages on Griffiths Drive.
Once the tenant has been evicted the garages will be demolished and it is hoped that the site can be used to create additional free parking for local residents and shoppers
March 29th, 2010 | by James Clarke
The latest ‘Tenants Update’ magazine for Wolverhampton Homes tenants/customers is now available to download in PDF format here. The update
March 2nd, 2010 | by James Clarke
WV11 recently reported on the fate of a set of derelict garages which border Ashmore Park and Wednesfield Aces Cycle Speedway Club after reporting the problem on Fix My Street.
Since our original article, the story has been picked up by local paper the Express & Star and today we were contacted by Wolverhampton Homes who told us that vacation notices have been served to the two remaining tenants. These orders are due to expire on the 25th March and once this has happened a demolition order will follow
February 15th, 2010 | by James Clarke
Wolverhampton Homes which manages 23,500 properties including 1,800 leaseholds on behalf of Wolverhampton City Council recentlyÂ scooped a national award for
February 8th, 2010 | by James Clarke
A local eyesore which is attracting vandalism and anti-social behaviour has taken a step closer to being demolished. Several long-term
February 4th, 2010 | by Steph Clarke
As you are all probably aware the 4 year long legal wrangle between Dave Price, of David Price butchers of
September 30th, 2009 | by James Clarke
Would you like to have a say in the future decisions that Wolverhampton Homes make about your council property? If