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On this page you can find details on the area of Worcestershire that you live in, more information about council tax as well as useful links to the county's city, borough and district councils.

Warmer Worcestershire has produced a thermal image of the county so you can see how well insulated your home is, and find out if you could be saving energy and money.

Please use the links below to find the information you need. If you can't see what you're looking for, why not try using the search box or A to Z above?

Housing Services

Benefits / Building Control / Council Tax / Grants / Housing Advice / Homelessness and prevention

These service are provided by your city, district or borough council.

The web links below will take you to your local authority website.  

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Alternatively contact your local Hub centre contact for more information.

The Worcestershire Hub was launched in 2002 and is a partnership between the county council and the six local district councils. The Worcestershire Hub is your first point of contact for your council services. Whatever you need to know, the Hub'll help.

To visit the Worcestershire Hub partner websites and find out more about your local authority and the services that are available, go to the Worcestershire Hub which can be found at:

Worcestershire County Housing Strategy

"All Districts working together to create a vision to improve quality, choice and access to housing across the whole County of Worcestershire"

Why have the Worcestershire Districts decided to develop a countywide strategy?

Worcestershire is a diverse, successful and thriving county. In 2009, the six District and Borough Councils of Worcestershire agreed to develop a brand new countywide Housing Strategy Statement to:

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External websites

  • Community First
    Building better local communities by advising, informing and supporting community groups and voluntary organisations
  • Tenant Services Authority
    the independent regulator for affordable housing in England. Access to good-quality housing improves lives and is a foundation of strong communities.
  • Homes and Communities Agency
    The national housing and regeneration agency for England, with a capital investment budget of nearly £7bn. We provide investment for new affordable housing and to improve existing social housing, as well as for regenerating land.
  • West Midlands Regional Assembly
    Responsible for developing and co-ordinating a strategic vision for improving the quality of life in the region.
  • Department of Communities and Local Government 

    We are helping to create a free, fair and responsible Big Society by putting power in the hands of citizens, neighbourhoods and councils.

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This page was last reviewed 13 June 2014 at 8:52.
The page is next due for review 10 December 2015.