Retirement Flats For Rent

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Nehemiah UCHA will publish details here of any retirement flats for rent here.

Dudley

Henry Court Charlton Street, Dudley

Henry Court Henry Court retirement living scheme is for people aged 60 plus, the flats are one and two bedrooms and self-contained, with their own bedroom, lounge, kitchen and bathroom, cooker and fridge/freezer.

For more information click here

Wolverhampton

McCalla House, Laburnum Street, Graiseley, Wolverhampton

McCalla HouseAll the flats available have 1 bedroom, a living room, bathroom and a kitchen.  All the flats have electric heating.

For more information click here

 

OR CONTACT US on 0121 358 0966 for more details of all our retirement properties.

New Scrutiny Panel Report

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The Nehemiah UCHA tenant scrutiny panel which works alongside tenants from St Peter’s (Saltley) Housing Association, Harborne Parish Lands Charity, based in Birmingham and CHADD based in Dudley have produced their latest report on Day to Day Repairs and Health and Safety and submitted the report to the Boards of the Scrutiny Panel partners.

Full details of this report and other reports and more information on the Scrutiny Panel can be found here.

Universal Credit Checklist for Single Claimants

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You can only claim Universal Credit if you:

  • are single (for the initial claim)
  • are aged between 18 and 60 years and 6 months
  • are a British Citizen
  • have lived in the UK for the last 2 years and have not been out of the UK for more than 4 continuous weeks in the last 2 years
  • have a National Insurance Number
  • do not have dependent children living with you all or some of the time
  • are not required to pay Child Support through the Child Support Agency
  • do not receive Disability Living Allowance or Personal Independence Payment
  • are fit for work
  • are not pregnant
  • have not given birth within the last 15 weeks
  • are not a carer of adult or child with a health condition or disability
  • do not have anyone acting for you when dealing with your benefit claims
  • are not homeless or living in supported accommodation
  • do not own your own home
  • have a bank, building society, post office or credit union account
  • do not have more than £6,000 in savings, shares or other capital
  • do not receive more than £330 (£338 from 1st April) a month take-home pay
  • are not in education or training or do not expect to start within the next month
  • are not receiving Jobseeker’s Allowance, Employment and Support Allowance, Incapacity Benefit, Severe Disablement Allowance
  • are not challenging or appealing a decision to pay you Jobseeker’s Allowance, Employment and Support Allowance, Incapacity Benefit, Severe Disablement Allowance, Working Tax Credit, Child Tax Credit or Housing Benefit
  • are not waiting for a decision on a claim for Employment and Support Allowance, Jobseeker’s Allowance, Income Support, Working Tax Credit, Child Tax Credit or Housing Benefit

Before claiming Universal Credit you need to have the following information:

  • Your postcode;
  • Your National Insurance Number;
  • Your mobile phone and landline phone numbers;
  • Details of the bank, building society or post office account that you want the Universal Credit paying into.  You will need the
    • name of the bank or building society,
    • the name on the account
    • the sort code and account number
  • Your rental agreement; or details of the name and address of your landlord and the amount of rent you pay, including details of any charges for gas/electricity/water rates/Council Tax/service charges.
  • Details of any savings or other capital that you have.  This includes stocks, shares and property that you own that you do not live in.
  • Details of any benefits or pensions that you are receiving.  You will need the name of the benefit/pension and the amount you receive each week.
  • Details of any other income that you have which is not from work.
  • If you are working part-time - details of the amounts that you earn or expect to earn in the next month.  If your income is more than £330 a month you will not be entitled to UC.
  • Details of the anyone else who lives with you who is not dependant on you:
    • name, age and date of birth of each non-dependant
    • if they receive Disability Living Allowance Care Component at the middle or high rate or Personal Independence Payment daily living component or Attendance Allowance
    • if they receive constant Attendance Allowance or War Disablement Benefit
    • if they receive Carer’s Allowance
    • if they have a child under 5

DWP- Changes to 0845 numbers for Primary Benefits

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As part of a decision to reduce the cost of accessing public services, from 15 April 2015, the 0845 enquiry line numbers for primary benefit will be stopped over a period of time and details are below of the old number and the new number you need to call for each benefit.

Calls to 0345 numbers cost no more than a standard geographic call, and count towards any free or inclusive minutes in landline or mobile phone contracts.

Primary benefit will be first of the enquiry lines in a programme, to trial and test the technicalities of this change, with a roll out to the remaining enquiry lines from 5 May 2015.

There is also a programme of work on-going to change call scripts and all forms and letters. Interactive Voice Recording (IVR) messages will be available to advise customers to call 0345 and that they will not have been charged for the call.

Service Line

Old Number

New Number

Primary Benefit

0845 608 8545

0345 608 8545

Jobcentre Enquiry Line

0845 604 3719


0345 604 3719


Personal Independence Payment help line

0845 850 3322


0345 850 3322


State Pension & Pension Credit enquiries

0845 606 0265


0345 606 0265


DLA Helpline

0845 712 3456


0345 712 3456


Social Fund Enquiries

0845 603 6967


0345 603 6967


Carers Allowance

0845 608 4321


0345 608 4321


National Insurance Number allocation line

0845 600 0643


0345 600 0643


State Pension forecasting

0845 300 0168


0345 300 0168


International Pensions Centre

0845 601 0008


0345 601 0008


DM Recovery Service Line

0845 850 0293


0345 850 0293


Attendance Allowance Helpline

0845 605 6055


0345 605 6055


Jobseeker Direct

0845 606 0234


0345 606 0234


Maternity Allowance Enquiry Line

0845 608 8610


0345 608 8610


Forthcoming Estate Walkabouts

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The Nehemiah UCHA Estate Walkabouts have been running for a couple of years now and they give us a great opportunity to speak to you face to face, on your door step. The next programme of Nehemiah UCHA Walkabouts is detailed below. We always write to all our customers in the local area in advance of each visit, however if you’re not around, or your area is not listed below and you would like us to visit soon, call the Housing Team on 0121 358 0966 to arrange a visit from your local Housing Officer. Look out for the Nehemiah UCHA team in your area and come out to say hello!

Our Latest Estate Walkabouts are:

15 July 2015 - Camden Street, Hockley, B18 7PW - 2.30pm onwards

22 July 2015 - Sycamore Court, Dudley, DY2 8XT

22 July 2015 - Wolverhampton Street, Dudley, DY1 3AE

In our customer newsletter Under One Roof, we will keep you up to date about the things you told us on our walkabouts and what we have undertaken following your suggestions.

You can also print off the Tell Us About Where You Live Form and return it

By email to Hugh Taylor - This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Or by post to Hugh Taylor, Nehemiah UCHA, 1-3 Beacon Court, Birmingham Road, Great Barr, Birmingham, B43 6NN.