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Heywood incident

Following the incident at Crown Road in Heywood on Thursday night teams of RBH employees have worked tirelessly to support tenants with assistance from a range of other agencies and individuals.

Emergency accommodation has been arranged for the bank holiday weekend for 4 households from the directly affected block.

In addition support and assistance has been provided to tenants in adjoining homes.

Contractors are on site to make safe the structure of the directly affected homes to allow investigations to continue into the incident and if possible to allow tenants of the homes to access personal belongings.

RBH teams will be available over the weekend to provide active support, assistance and reassurance for tenants in the neighbourhood. If you need help at this team please phone: (01706) 274100 and hold to reach our emergency teams.

Universal Credit Update

If you’re claiming Universal Credit you need to notify the DWP/ Job Centre when you receive your rent increase letter as we have been informed that delayed notifications WILL NOT be backdated.

Renting a home with RBH

If you are interested in renting a home with RBH, visit HomeChoice to find out how to apply or call us on freephone 0800 027 7769 or local rate 01706 274100 (option 3).

Alternatively we have a limited number of homes available to rent immediately via RBH Direct. Visit the RBH Direct website or speak to HomeChoice via the contact details above.

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