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Office closed for Staff Training from 1pm on 20th December 2017

Office closed for Staff Training from 1pm on 20th December 2017

Our offices are closed from 1pm on Wednesday 20th December 2017 for the Customer Care Team to undertake some training in preparation for some new processes coming next year. These are:- GDPR - General Data Protection Regulations - making sure we look after your data securely and use it in accorda...


Latest news for residents

Latest news for residents

Read all about our latest news in the Christmas edition of the newsletter. We want to try and improve the newsletter so please let us have any suggestions/ideas/comments. Many thanks.


Help given to local people in crisis

Help given to local people in crisis

Local people in crisis will be given a helping hand this festive season thanks to staff at Northamptonshire Rural Housing Association. Housing Services Assistant, Theresa Chamberlain, has been collecting donations of food for Vineyard Community Church Food Bank in Daventry, part of the Trussell T...


National report endorses NRHA’s commitment

National report endorses NRHA’s commitment

Northamptonshire Rural Housing Association’s commitment to delivering small-scale affordable housing schemes is helping to halt the decline of some of the county’s most rural villages, according to new research. Carried out by Rural Life Monitor, part of the National Housing Federation, the resea...


Walgrave underway for Community Impact Week

Walgrave underway for Community Impact Week

A new development, which will enable local people to continue living in their close-knit community, is getting underway in Walgrave. The start on site event took place during Community Impact Week, which gives housing associations across the country an opportunity to celebrate how they transform...


Annual Report 2016-17

Annual Report 2016-17

SUSTAINABLE VILLAGES "Providing affordable homes in rural villages is my passion, so local people aren't faced with having to move away from their communities", said Chair, Janet Roberts. BUILDING FOR THE FUTURE "Our partnership working has seen several new developments get underway in Northampt...


Government investment signals a better future

Government investment signals a better future

The announcement of the Government’s new programme of investment in social housing is excellent news, says Craig Felts, Company Secretary of Northamptonshire Rural Housing Association, but specific attention must be paid to the needs of rural communities which are facing their own housing crisis....


NRHA brings Father and Son closer

NRHA brings Father and Son closer

David Butcher was so pleased to be offered his ideal property by Northamptonshire Rural Housing Association, he moved in within 48 hours! David, who had been living in North Yorkshire to be near his son, Oliver, was desperate to move back to Northamptonshire after Oliver and his wife relocated. B...


 More rural affordable homes needed

More rural affordable homes needed

Rural homes are 20 per cent more expensive than homes in urban areas according to the latest annual Halifax Rural Housing Review. And one of the greatest differences is in the East Midlands where the average house price in rural areas is 30 per cent higher than in the region’s urban areas. The re...


Excellent service is rewarded

Excellent service is rewarded

Providing a first class service for residents is a top priority all year round, but this week our Customer Care Team deserves special recognition. It’s National Customer Service Week (2nd to 6th October), a week long opportunity to raise awareness of the importance of good customer service on the...

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