Tenant Newsletter

Winter Edition 2017

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Seaside Community News

Find out all the latest news from Seaside Homes and our community of tenants. If you have any news or details of a story you would like to inform us about then please get in touch with us.

Healthy Start Vouchers

Don’t miss out on Healthy Start vouchers and vitamins Government vouchers worth over £900 per child to support families are unclaimed in the city!  Brighton and Hove Food Partnership, Sussex Community NHS Foundation Trust and Brighton and Hove City Council’s Children’s Centres have launched a campaign to increase uptake. You qualify for Healthy Start if…

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Shape Up – healthy lifestyle programme

Shape Up is a FREE, 10-week group programme for adults combining nutrition and behaviour change advice with exercise for gradual weight loss and a healthier lifestyle. Nutritionists and dietitians will guide and help you to eat a balanced diet, take control of your portion sizes, learn to read labels and develop healthier habits. Friendly and…

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Free Swimming for under 16s

With the school holidays upon us, why not take advantage of this great offer Brighton & Hove Council fund free swimming in the city for all children aged 16 and under. Where can they swim? Children can swim for free at the King Alfred Leisure Centre, Prince Regent Swimming Complex and the St Luke’s Community Swimming…

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New Gas Repair Company for Tenants

Brighton and Hove Council have recently completed a retendering exercise for the servicing of gas appliances, gas and heating repairs and new boiler installations for Seaside Homes tenants. This means that from 1 April 2016, K&T Heating Services will take over responsibility for all gas servicing, repairs and installations for Seaside Homes tenants in the…

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Who will house the poor?

Inside Housing, the leading weekly magazine for housing professionals in the UK, recently reported that another large social landlord was considering no longer building homes for social or affordable rent. Second association mulls ditching sub-market rent With some large housing associations withdrawing from the development of social housing at sub-market rents and moving to the…

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