Welcome to Raglan

It's not too late to nominate someone for a Community Spirit Award!

The Community Spirit Awards aim to recognise Raglan residents who have gone over an above to make a difference in their community. There's still time to nominate - so why not check out the award categories here http://www.raglan.org/get-involved/community-spirit-awards to find out more!

Bedroom tax scam

We've been alerted to a scam relating to the bedroom tax. If you receive an email or Facebook message stating that the bedroom tax has been abolished as of April 2014, please ignore it as it is not true and continue to pay as normal. If you wish to discuss any concerns you have - please email or call us.

Say Yes to Homes

We are in the middle of a housing shortage. There is a serious lack of the right homes, built at the right price and in the right location. To solve the crisis more homes need to be built.

The National Housing Federation’s  Yes to Homes campaign asks communities to say “yes” to development in areas that need it most.

Visit  www.yestohomes.co.uk to find out more.


Latest News

  • HCA funding boosts Raglan’s affordable housing programme

    Raglan Housing has successfully secured £8.6 million grant funding from the Homes and Communities Agency (HCA) 2015-2018 Affordable Homes Programme.


  • Partnership promises thousands of new homes

    Partnership plans between Jephson and Raglan housing associations have reached a major milestone this week with the submission of their formal application to the HCA. If approved, the merger will create one of the UK’s most significant social housing providers, with around £160m in turnover and £1.6 billion* in assets.


  • Raglan staff and residents’ community spruce-up at Keats House in New Milton

    Local staff from Raglan Housing recently volunteered their time and services to help out with a community area spruce up and host an action-packed family fun and information day for residents at the association’s Keats House, Barton Court Road development in New Milton.


  • Team transforms overgrown community pond and garden

    A Ground Force-style team of local staff from Raglan Housing rolled up their sleeves last week to carry out a pond clean-up and heavy-duty garden makeover for residents at the association’s Willow View housing development in Hamworthy, Poole.