Staff at Red Kite Community Housing have ended the year on a high after being recognised for their outstanding efforts during the COVID-19 crisis by The British Citizen Awards.
Red Kite Community Housing have obtained a closure order following reports of drug-related antisocial behaviour at a flat within the Gibbs House sheltered scheme in High Wycombe.
We've been working in partnership with Thames Valley Police for several months to tackle antisocial behaviour at a problem flat in High Wycombe.
Antisocial behaviour at one of our sheltered housing schemes has been resolved thanks to the hard work and perseverance of two staff members.
Back in March the Coronavirus crisis began to take hold in the UK. We started to see what the potential impacts would be, particularly in accessing key supplies, whether as a result of the financial impact of the crisis, or of vulnerabilities and shielding.
Almost eight weeks have passed since we hit the big red button and decided to go 'virtual'. As things stand, the business is starting to normalise on a day-to-day basis, but we are still in the midst of an emergency response in some areas.