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Home Choice Plus

Social Housing across 6 Districts of the West Midlands

Home Choice Plus has been developed by a number of Local Authorities and Registered Social Landlords, working in partnership.
We are committed to working together to offer choice from a range of housing options for people in housing need.
The service we offer our applicants will be easy to understand, transparent and fair.

We will make sure that vulnerable groups and individuals are able to access the service we provide.

The partnership is:

Local Authorities

Bromsgrove District Council
Stratford-on-Avon District Council
Malvern Hills District Council
Worcester City Council
Wychavon District Council
Wyre Forest District Council

Housing Associations

Advance Housing Association
Anchor Trust
Beth Johnson Housing Association
Bourneville Housing Trust
Bromford Housing Group
Bromsgrove District Housing Trust
Elgar Housing Association
English Churches Housing Group
Festival Housing Group
Fosseway Housing Association
Friendship Care and Housing
Fry Memorial Housing Trust
Gloucestershire Housing Association
Housing 21
Jephson Homes Housing Association
Lower Sapey Housing Association
Marches Housing Association
Mercian Housing
Midland Heart Ltd
Nexus Housing (West Midlands)
Orbit Group
Pershore Alms Houses
Rooftop Housing Group
Sanctuary Housing
South Shropshire Housing Association Ltd
Spa Housing Association
Stonham Housing Association
Viridian Housing
Warwickshire Rural Housing Association
Waterloo Housing Association
Worcester Community Housing
Wyre Forest Community Housing
Wyre Forest Sheltered Housing

Please Note:

  • Most properties do not have carpets, furniture or kitchen appliances (cookers, fridges etc).
  • Not all properties have gardens or parking spaces.
  • Some properties have sheds, for extra storage.
  • Newer properties may have off street parking, good storage space and provision for kitchen and laundry appliances.
  • Councils and Housing Associations are working hard to make sure that their properties reach the Governments 'Decent Home' standard.
  • Councils and Housing Associations must keep their properties in good repair.
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