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With local businesses, jobs, cars for sale, houses for sale, community events and news Activ Crewe offers everything you need in and around Crewe.
Anchor Staying Put carry out repairs and adaptations for the private sector. Working with Community Occupational Therapists they carry out major adaptations to help people with mobility and health difficulties to stay in their own homes. They also have a Home Safety and Small Repairs service which carries out home safety checks and small repairs. Anchor also carry out grant work and help clients to access finance for building work from other sources when possible.
Most government departments can be accessed via this address, as well as councils, Housing Associations and other national organisations.
This site gives information about the CIH and its views on housing issues.
Lots of useful information on topics including Crimestoppers, street safety, hate crime and home safety including Homewatch.
Detailed advice and information on your rights.
Confidential advice, support and information for 13-19 year olds.
The Crewe & Nantwich Talking Newspaper is a group in the local area that can help people who have reading difficulties. The Crewe and Nantwich Talking Newspaper has been developed for the Visually Impaired.
Providing single persons' accommodation and training.
Online forum for people wishing to exchange their council or Housing Association home.
The ExtraCare Charitable Trust is a UK charity which offers retirement housing for older people.
For information about drugs:www.talktofrank.com
Software for UK grant seekers, including "Apply Yourselves", a software program that helps to write a grant application. This program is free and can be downloaded from the Funder Finder site.
Information on financial resources and other assistance available to help support the development and regeneration of local economies and communities.
A friendly Community Group based in the Alexandra Ward of Crewe, Cheshire.
Housing advisory service for people with learning disabilities, and those who work with them.
Deals with disputes between landlords and tenants
Information on membership, conferences, news etc., and interesting world-wide housing and tenure statistics.
Helps to deal with conflict and anti-social behaviour
Covers nearly everything you would need to know about the voluntary sector.
Has a web site which includes a breakdown of housing statistics for every area of England as well as information on waiting lists, empty homes, homelessness acceptances, etc. It tries to keep up to date with analysis of recent government policy that is relevant to its members.
Website from the Office of National Statistics that uses the 2001 census to provide people living in England and Wales with detailed statistics about their postcode area. Statistics available include crime, health, housing and population.
The magazine about community regeneration and social renewal
PEP is a national, not-for-profit company working with statutory and voluntary agencies and local communities, to improve services and make sure they meet the needs of local people.
Weekly housing magazine.
Guidance, practice standards and examples of innovation in tackling neighbourhood racial harassment and racist attacks.
Information, support and advice for people with sight problems.
Online housing information service which has advice on a wide range of housing issues, including renting a property from a council or housing association.
The Tenant Services Authority, are the new regulator for affordable housing. They look to raise the standard of services for tenants.Information on tenant participation for social housing tenants and landlords in England
For anyone working with young people