Welcome to Raglan

Pay your rent by Direct Debit and you could win £12,000!

Ever wondered what you would do if your bills were covered for 12 months? Well, 2014 could be the year you find out as Raglan Housing is joining a national campaign run by Bacs, the not-for-profit organisation behind Direct Debit.

The Big Break initiative encourages people to switch to the ease and convenience of Direct Debit, with one lucky person set to scoop £12,000 in a prize draw - enough to cover regular bills for an entire year! To be in with a chance of winning the cash windfall, you simply have to be a new or existing Direct Debit payer; it really is that easy!

Direct Debit is a simple and easy way to pay regular bills, such as your rent or service charge. Payments are taken automatically so you don’t have to worry about falling behind with your bills. Once set-up you can relax, knowing that you won’t forget to pay those important outgoings.

To be in with a chance of winning this fantastic prize, simply switch to paying by Direct Debit between now and Monay 30 June 2014. Call the HSC on 0800 0116420 or 01202 319119 and ask to pay your rent by Direct Debit.

For further information go to www.thebigbreak.co.uk

Chichester Walk, Merley consultation

Raglan Housing Association has been asked to design a suitable scheme by Poole Council in response to the need for additional affordable housing. 8 homes are proposed for rent and the remainder for Shared Ownership sale. This consultation is the first step in finding out what you think.  No planning application has been submitted.

Please click here to see the proposed plan documents and to submit your thoughts.

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.

Our website

Our website is designed to help you manage your tenancy onlinfather and children in gardene. 

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.


Latest News

  • Shared ownership puts local high flyer on the property ladder

    High flyer Jaye Daniels, who crews for British Airways, knew he had found the perfect home-buying option when he discovered Raglan’s ‘Oak Mews’ shared-ownership development in Damory Street, Blandford.


  • Raglan opens 12 new affordable homes in Meare

    Bramble Close, a brand new Raglan Housing development of 12 homes for affordable rent which has just won the Mendip Building Excellence Award for Best Affordable New Housing Development, has been opened in St Mary’s Road, Meare near Glastonbury. The event was officially celebrated with a ribbon-cutting ceremony attended by Bramble Close residents, Raglan staff, members of Meare Parish Council and local suppliers.


  • Construction starts on new affordable homes in Sparkford

    Members of South Somerset District Council, Sparkford Parish Council and other guests joined Raglan Housing for a turf-cutting ceremony to mark the start of construction on a new mixed development including 13 affordable homes in Sparkford, Somerset. 


  • Jephson and Raglan announce top appointments

    Partnership plans between Jephson and Raglan housing associations have taken another step forward with an announcement by the new Board Designate Committee (BDC) on the proposed top level structure for the merged organisation.