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Telford & Wrekin Homes

Introducting Telford & Wrekin Homes by Nuplace and Telford & Wrekin Council.

We know our neighbourhoods are already a great place to live but we want to make them even better. That’s why Nuplace will be purchasing and refurbishing around 100 different houses across the borough. These homes will then be available for private and affordable rent.

As with all of our current Nuplace properties, Telford & Wrekin Homes will offer you a place to call home.

We thought you might have some questions which we’ve tried to answer below.

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A video from Telford and Wrekin Council, about Telford & Wrekin Homes:

You can find all properties to rent by Telford & Wrekin Homes on our Property Search page. If you’d like to hear more you can also sign up to our email list.

Right here. All Telford & Wrekin Home properties will be listed on our property search page.

Just like with Nuplace we will keep the application process as simple as we can. It will involve an affordability check, application and references.

As you know Nuplace is owned by Telford & Wrekin Council. Whilst Nuplace regenerates existing brownfield land sites by building brand new homes, Telford & Wrekin Homes is all about investing in and protecting our existing housing stock through high quality renovations.

No. Telford & Wrekin Homes properties are owned by Nuplace (the Council’s wholly owned housing company) and will include a mix of both private and affordable rent. Private rent prices will be set in line with current market rents and affordable rent prices will be set in line with Local Housing allowance rates

The aim of Telford & Wrekin Homes is to raise the standard of rental properties in the Borough and also the quality of the landlord service. With over 1,000 people currently living in Nuplace homes we want to join these communities together and offer even more homes for life.

Yes. However applications from care leavers, people providing low level care, key workers and veterans will be prioritised.