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On Thursday 16th September we will be revealing the winners of our 8th Neighbourhood Awards - celebrating the good work that goes on in our community.
We are delighted to announce that following the recent completion of the In-Depth Assessment that was carried out by The Regulator of Social Housing, we have been formally given our Regulatory Judgment and awarded a rating of G2 and V1 (compliant).
On Wednesday 21st July, 19 of us headed to Downley for a three hour estate blitz, covering Cheviot Close, Malvern Close, Cotswold Way, Cumbrian Way, Brecon Way and Mendip Way.
We have written to all our tenants to consult with them on our Board’s proposal to pay Board members in the future.
The media spotlight has fallen on Wycombe this week, but not for the right reasons. The Guardian newspaper reported last Sunday that 1 in 7 households in Wycombe went hungry during the lockdown last year, despite being in one of the most affluent areas of the country.
Wycombe Mind was successful in securing a grant of £9250 from the Red Kite Springboard fund in early 2020. The funding was awarded to enable them to launch the Free Space project which supports households that are affected by issues associated with hoarding.
Like millions of other people, I recently tuned in to watch footballer Ian Wright’s BBC documentary Home Truths.
Each year we have £100,000 to invest in our communities through our Springboard fund. The fund is all about people and projects that will realise potential, create employment opportunities and positively contribute to our neighbourhoods. We’ll be using this regular Springboard blog to share the positive feedback we receive from projects we’ve helped, and for April, we’re shining a spotlight on Wycombe Youth Action and Marlow Opportunity Playground.