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  1. A leading figure in building safety has commended Salix Homes for its commitment to fire and building safety as the housing association announced the completion of its cladding remediation programme. Dame Judith Hackitt is Chair of the Industry Safety Steering Group (ISSG) and led the Government’s Independent Review of Building Regulations and Fire Safety following the Grenfell Tower Tragedy in 2017. In a letter to the Salford-based housing association, she said: Salix Homes has now completed the multi-million-pound cladding remediation and safety enhancement work acro
  2. An ambitious housing scheme to develop two brownfield sites in Salford has taken another step forward. Housing association Salix Homes and partner developer Step Places have completed the land transaction for the two parcels of land off Kara Street and Liverpool Street in Seedley South. The 3.8-acre site will be home to Neighbourhood – an eco-friendly scheme, which will see 157 homes built on the land, comprising social housing, homes for affordable rent and properties for Shared Ownership and outright sale. The community-focussed development will be a mix of two, three an
  3. Salford housing association Salix Homes has scored a hat-trick of nominations in the prestigious Northern Housing Awards. Salix Homes has been shortlisted in three categories in the Northern Housing Awards, which recognise the achievements of housing providers in the north. Social housing development Joan Lestor House in Walkden has been named as a finalist in the Best Development for Social/Affordable Rent category. Salix Homes transformed the derelict former women’s refuge into nine apartments for social rent – some of the first new, social housing to be created in the a
  4. A pandemic hero and Salix Homes employee who devoted his time to volunteering while on furlough has been named Volunteer of the Year in the Spirit of Salford Community Awards 2021. Steve Finbow, from Higher Broughton, has worked as our business change project manager for five years, but when he was placed on furlough last year he decided to put his spare time to good use and do his bit for the Covid-19 relief effort. He began volunteering at food poverty charity The Bread and Butter Thing (TBBT) last year, but when he was placed on furlough in April 2020 he was able to dedicate more
  5. A Salford housing association has launched a new affordable home-ownership brand to support its bold ambitions to deliver more affordable homes to help tackle the housing crisis. Salix Homes, which owns 8,000 homes across Salford, has launched Willo Homes in a bid to increase housing choice and deliver more affordable housing opportunities in the city. As a not-for-profit organisation, any profits will be reinvested back into improving homes and communities across Salford. Sue Sutton, chief executive at Salix Homes, said: Willo Homes will specialise in affo
  6. The legacy of one of Salford’s most revered sons will be immortalised in a new apartment block, which will bring more than 100 affordable homes to the city. Housing association Salix Homes has announced its new high-rise development in Trinity will be named Artifex in a nod to Canon Peter Green, who was a rector at the nearby St Philips Church, as well as a published writer and pacifist who was passionate about fighting social injustice. During the First World War and until the 1950s, Canon Peter Green wrote a weekly column in The Manchester Guardian - which was later to become The G
  7. Frontline staff at a Salford housing association have helped spread some Christmas cheer by donating toys to children who need them most. The Environmental Services Team at Salix Homes have taken part in the Little Hulton Toy Appeal – collecting a mountain of toys and gifts to donate to families experiencing hardship this Christmas. The toy appeal, which is now in its fifth year, urges local residents to donate gifts to children in Salford who may otherwise go without at Christmas.Maria Lester, environmental services team manager at Salix Homes, said: The Environmental Servic
  8. Salford housing association Salix Homes has scooped a national award in recognition of its digital customer portal. Salix Homes, which own and manages around 8,000 homes across Salford, was been named Digital Landlord of the Year at the UK Housing Awards 2020. The housing association picked up the prestigious accolade thanks to its innovative online services platform - MySalix.  The new and improved MySalix digital portal was launched in October 2019, and enables customers to easily manage their tenancy at the click of a button or tap of a phone. It includes an innovati
  9. A man who hurled homophobic abuse at his neighbours has been hit with an Injunction Order. Housing association Salix Homes sought legal action against tenant Ryan Parker, of Whitefriar Court in Salford, on the grounds of his homophobic and threatening behaviour towards his neighbours and people visiting the tower block on Blackfriars Road. During a court hearing at Manchester Civil Justice Centre, the court heard how during one particular incident in August this year, Parker, aged 46, shouted homophobic slurs at one victim and threatened to ‘smash his face in’, which had left the vic
  10. St James Lunch Club in Lower Broughton, Salford, dishes out more than 100 free hot meals every week to local people including the homeless, the elderly and families on low incomes. The church’s food pantry, which runs alongside the lunch club, provides a further 50 families with 10 essential food items for just £2.50 every week. The initiative is run from the church hall at St James Church, but until now the volunteers have struggled with a tiny kitchen limiting the number of people they can help. Now Salix Homes and our partner contractor Emmanuel Whittaker have come to the res
  11. Throughout the summer holidays, children and their parents attended the Marlborough Road Academy holiday club in Broughton where they could tuck into a free hot meal and enjoy fun activities with their friends, including sports, dance and arts and crafts. Salford housing provider Salix Homes provided the club with £500 to help fund the food and activities on offer as part of its Springboard community grant programme, which supports local projects that boost community spirit, promote health and wellbeing, reduce isolation or improve the environment. Mum Sahira Chaudhrey, attend
  12. The £288 cash injection has enabled the club to purchase new t-shirts for its 40-strong team of members, emblazoned with the Salix Homes logo. .map-responsive{ overflow:hidden; padding-bottom:32.4%; position:relative; height:0; border: 2px solid #fff; background: #262e33; border-radius: 2px 2px 2px 2px; } The club, whose members range from in their 60s to 92-years-old, meet every Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday at Albert’s Park in Broughton, providing senior citizens with an opportunity to stay active and make friends. Club organiser Frank Aldred, aged 75, said:
  13. Housing association Salix Homes is hosting its annual Love Your Neighbourhood Week to encourage people to take pride in their communities. The event runs from Sunday, August 5 to Friday, August 10 and involves an action-packed week of activities across Salford. The line-up includes community clean-ups, a garden party, family fun days and even a clampdown on fly-tipping. The fun kicks off on Sunday, August 5 with a Family Fun Day at Green Grosvenor Park on Clarence Street, Broughton. .map-responsive{ overflow:hidden; padding-bottom:32.4%; position:relative; height:0; borde
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