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DAMHA News

  • Planned maintenance

    Planned Maintenance

    We have stared work on our latest £1.3 million planned maintenance programme across County Durham. Hundreds of homes will benefit from the work we are undertaking throughout 2017/18 These improvements include the installation of new central heating boilers, fires and also double-glazed windows. It forms part of a rolling planned maintenance programme DAMHA carries out each year. […]

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  • A spot of pet therapy

    A spot of pet therapy

    Residents living in our residential care home enjoyed a spot of pet therapy recently, but they were not all of the cuddly variety! Using pets as therapy in care homes has been proven to enhance the well-being of residents, many of whom will have had pets before they came to Langley House, which is in Horden. […]

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  • £12 million investment

    £12 million investment

    DAMHA is to spend over £12 million on one of the largest housebuilding programmes in its 119-year history. The Association will be building 106 new affordable homes across County Durham between now and 2022. Work on 31 two-bedroom bungalows in Ushaw Moor, Coxhoe and Philadelphia will get underway this year and be completed in stages in 2018. […]

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  • High satisfaction

    High satisfaction rates

    An independent survey of people living in homes owned by DAMHA has revealed the highest-ever resident satisfaction rates. Every three years, all housing associations need to take a confidential tenant satisfaction survey. Known as a STAR (Survey of Tenants and Residents) survey, it gauges residents’ opinions in a range of different areas, including the quality of […]

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  • Bradley Lowery

    Bradley Lowery gifts hamper

    Residents living in DAMHA’s residential care home were overwhelmed when they received a gift from brave five-year-old Bradley Lowery. The Blackhall youngster sent a huge hamper full of gifts to Langley House in Horden. He has made headlines around the world with the story of his battle with cancer, Manager Christine Conway said: “It was […]

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  • Good neighbour of the year

    Good neighbour of the year

    A woman who cared for her neighbour after she was diagnosed with cancer has been described as a “one in a million”. Alma Gardiner’s selfless efforts have resulted in her receiving the Durham Aged Mineworkers’ Homes Association (DAMHA) Good Neighbour of the Year award. The 71-year-old lives in St James Court, Consett. She was the […]

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  • Homes and Communities Agency

    Top Rated

    The Homes and Communities Agency has given DAMHA the highest possible score for the way it is governed and financially managed. DAMHA Chief Executive Paul Mullis said: “We are delighted that the HCA consider us to be a well governed and financially sound organisation. “Like the rest of the housing sector, DAMHA is operating in […]

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Journalists wanting more information on Durham Aged Mineworkers’ Homes Association can contact Neil Shaefer on 07732 210262 or email neil@shaeferpr.com