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Fourteen apprentices join emh group

Fourteen apprentices join emh group

Aged 16 to 32, the new recruits demonstrate that apprenticeships are not just an alternative to university for school leavers, but are also available for people looking to switch to a more fulfilling career


 Let's celebrate National Housing Day!

Let's celebrate National Housing Day!

It’s National Housing Day and Midlands Rural Housing is helping to celebrate the positive impact of social housing on millions of residents nationally. Now in it’s sixth year, Housing Day has previously been primarily a Twitter event, but this year it’s sharing its message with other social media...


HRH The Princess Royal officially opens Keyte Gardens

HRH The Princess Royal officially opens Keyte Gardens

Midlands Rural Staff joined Warwickshire Rural Housing Association (WRHA) who welcomed HRH The Princess Royal to officially open its ground-breaking new development in Wootton Wawen on 25th September. Working in partnership with Morton Wykes Kramer Architects, Bouygues UK, Waterloo Housing Group...


New Director for rural housing specialist

New Director for rural housing specialist

Midlands Rural Housing has a new Managing Director to oversee its specialist work providing and managing rural homes for local people across the midlands.  Richard Mugglestone has been appointed to the position having been MRH’s Project Delivery Manager since joining the organisation in 2005. He...


First Little Addington Development gets underway

First Little Addington Development gets underway

Northamptonshire Rural Housing Association’s latest development of affordable homes has got underway, with the official start on site event taking place during Rural Housing Week. Representatives from East Northamptonshire Council and our partners, Orbit and RDC, joined us in marking work beginni...


MRH joins Westminster housing debate

MRH joins Westminster housing debate

We’ve joined housing associations from across England at the Rural Housing Conference 2018, which was bigger and better than ever this year. Key professionals from across the rural housing sector headed to Westminster to debate the issues facing rural housing today, including the need to influenc...


Four generations mark Rural Housing Week

Four generations mark Rural Housing Week

Four generations of one family have been brought together by Northamptonshire Rural Housing Association's brand new affordable housing development in Yarwell. Four-year-old Isabella Lovett and her 78-year-old grandma, Jean Perry, are living proof that housebuilding in rural areas is helping commu...


emh group named as Homes England Strategic Partner

emh group named as Homes England Strategic Partner

The decision will allow emh group to increase its development of affordable homes by 80% over the next four years, and see around 600 new homes built every year


Long Compton event marks Rural Housing Week

Long Compton event marks Rural Housing Week

Dorothy and Robert Heeks are so happy with their brand new home in Long Compton that they were delighted to be joined by Warwickshire Rural Housing Association Board members, colleagues and partners at a special event during Rural Housing Week. The couple are living proof that housebuilding in ru...


Affordable homes are transforming lives

Affordable homes are transforming lives

Rural Housing Week provides a great opportunity for housing associations, such as Northamptonshire Rural Housing Association, to illustrate the difference they are making to local communities and lives. For too long, there has been a view that affordable housing is necessary – as long as it’s not...

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