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.
To read the latest information about our continuing partnership talks with Jephson, visit our partnership page.
Our website is designed to help you manage your tenancy online.
There is a range of information to help you get the most out of your home. You will also find useful hints and tips, including ‘fix it’ videos.
Why not visit our Get involved area to find out how you can get more involved in your local area. There’s also a discussion forum where you can post your views, ideas and questions for our Customer Engagement Team to answer.
If you want to find out more about our development programme, job vacancies and about Raglan – visit our Corporate area at the top.
For homeowners – visit the Homeowners Hub.
The Mayor of Blandford Forum, Councillor Bob Brannigan, was joined by other councillors, staff from Raglan Housing, North Dorset District Council, residents and local suppliers, for the official opening of Raglan’s new Oak Mews and Acorn Court development of 11 affordable homes in Damory Street, Blandford.
A new Raglan Housing development of 12 family homes for affordable rent in Meare, near Glastonbury, has been nominated for the coveted Mendip Building Excellence Award for Best Social or Affordable New Housing Development.
Following a meeting with the HCA this week, Raglan has been graded as fully compliant with the regulator’s value for money standards.
Raglan Housing is set to convert Orchard House, a redundant office building in Southampton’s new Station Quarter North regeneration area, into 25, one- and two-bedroom affordable rental flats.