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Household Support Fund

Due to predicted high demand, applications for the Household Support Fund have now closed. Further support can be found on our Cost of Living and Household Support pages

Dudley has been successful in the construction of new council homes.

  • Brierley Hill: Bromley Lane (February 2022); Commonside (March 2022); Redfly Lane (February 2021)
  • Coseley: Branfield Close and Hollywell Street (November 2021);  Davies Avenue (February 2017); Mars Close (May 2017); Mount Pleasant
  • Dudley: Beechwood Road (February 2020); Butler's Crescent (March 2018); Hinbrook Road (February 2022); Holloway Chambers; Ketley Hill Road (January 2018); Lea Bank Road (September 2017); Middlepark Road (December 2018); Uplands Road (November 2019); Wenlock Gate (November 2018); Wolverhampton Street (April 2019); Worcester Road (February 2021); Wrens Nest (November 2018)
  • Halesowen: Stewarts Road (June 2020); Tenlands Road
  • Kingswinford: Beech Road (October 2018); Marley Road (January 2017); Portway Close (September 2020)
  • Lower Gornal: Kinfare Rise (October 2020)
  • Sedgley: Arcal Street (June 2019); The Walk
  • Stourbridge: Crowle Drive (March 2019); Forge Road (February 2022); King William Street (August 2019); Maybank Fields (March 2021);  Mere Road (December 2019); Norfolk Road; Wychbury Road (April 2019)

Some of the properties are specifically designed to meet the needs of people with physical or learning disabilities and/or support needs, others are for general need.

All of the new properties, which include low level apartment blocks, bungalows and houses, will be built to lifetime standards.

The properties will be built for people with general housing needs, and some will be designed specifically for people in the need of supported living options, such as those recovering from mental ill health.

The lettings process for most of these new homes is through the usual lettings process. Via choice based lettings, through Dudley at Home.