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Incommunities are now recruiting for new first year trades apprentices Nationally recognised for our award winning apprenticeship programme, we now have first year apprenticeships in the following trades: electrical  gas plumbing  joinery  plastering  bricklaying A nationally recognised qualification working for a very successful organisation. Build your skills in a specialised trade […]


A ground breaking graduate employment programme, supported by Incommunities, has successfully been re-accredited in the 2015 Responsible Business Awards for its outstanding work in building careers in housing. The Graduate Employment Mentoring (GEM) programme is a 12 month learning programme which also includes paid traineeships. The training is accredited by the Chartered Institute of Housing […]


Two Little Free Libraries are being launched this week (23rd April) in Baildon to encourage more residents – young and old – to enjoy the pleasures of reading. The large boxes will be filled with hundreds of books to borrow and exchange. People can also donate their own books. One box full of children’s books […]


With Spring here and Summer round the corner Incommunities is launching its 2015 search to find its top tenants. The star awards aim to show how its customers and local groups are making a positive difference in a variety of ways from celebrating a community hero to creating a colourful garden. Adrienne Reid, Incommunities’ Assistant […]


Incommunities are now recruiting for new first year trades apprentices Nationally recognised for our award winning apprenticeship programme, we now have first year apprenticeships in the following trades: electrical  gas plumbing  joinery  plastering  painting and decorating bricklaying A nationally recognised qualification working for a very successful organisation. Build your skills in […]


Easter Bank Holiday closure

April 2nd, 2015

Incommunities will be closed from 5.00pm Thursday 2nd April until 8.45am Tuesday 7th April. For emergency out of hours repairs please contact 01274 257003 In the event of emergency homelessness please contact 0845 120 8167


Two Yorkshire housing landlords have pledged to deliver even better value quality services after Sadeh Lok joined the Incommunities Group this week. The move follows the approval of the respective boards and the go-ahead from the Homes and Communities Agency. Geraldine Howley, Incommunities Group Chief Executive, said: “This partnership represents an excellent fit which will […]


great savings spring 2015

March 31st, 2015

Packed with local savings offers, seasonal offers and FREE to enter prize draw competitions to make you smile. See our spring savings guide offering discounts with local businesses and free to enter competitions. We have top prizes to give away in our prize draw competitions such as a fantastic short break gift card, kids bikes, VAX cylinder cleaner, Samsung Tablet and […]


The work of a Keighley-based project that uses the power of sport to engage and inspire young people will be showcased at a major conference later this week. Mary Calvert from Your Sporting Chance is among the keynote speakers at the Sport Changes Life conference being held in Ulster on Thursday (26th March). It follows […]


Over 30 Year 7 girls from Tong High School are today (19th March) getting a taste for rugby league with the launch of a sporting partnership involving Incommunities and the Bradford Bulls. Bulls first teamers Matty Blythe and Dave Petersen will be putting the youngsters through their paces in a game of tag rugby. The […]


Staff and board members from two local housing groups – Incommunities and Sadeh Lok –  teamed up to hit the road as part of a nationwide campaign to help create more affordable homes. This week (11th March) over 20 walkers battled through wind and rain to hike 10.5 miles from Dewsbury to Huddersfield. The walk […]


Incommunities has hosted a VIP visit by Nick Boles, the Minister of State for Skills and Equalities, (11th March) to showcase its ground breaking work promoting construction apprenticeships for young people. The Bradford-based housing group run an award winning apprenticeship programme which is focused on promoting training for all and takes a proactive approach to […]


Incommunities and Tong High School in Bradford have scooped a top business award for a ground breaking course to promote careers in housing for sixth form students. The Junior GEM programme has been developed by the Centre for Partnership – part of Incommunities – and is an expansion of the group’s Graduate Employment Mentoring programme […]


Staff and board members from two local housing groups – Incommunities and Sadeh Lok – are teaming up to hit the road as part of a nationwide campaign to help create more affordable homes. Tomorrow (11th March) up to 20 walkers will set off from Dewsbury Town Hall (1pm) after receiving the campaign baton from […]


What is National Apprenticeship Week 2015 all about? National Apprenticeship Week (NAW) is co-ordinated by the National Apprenticeship Service and is designed to celebrate apprenticeships and the positive impact they have on individuals, businesses and the wider economy. apprenticeships are an excellent option for all apprentice learners can gain a degree through an apprenticeship all […]


We want to hear your views on time limits for customer complaints being made. This includes new complaints or providing Incommunities with new evidence to support further investigations on an existing complaint that has already been answered for further information tel: 01274 254276 closing date for entries: Friday 27th March 2015


Incommunities has retained its top rating in an assessment by the Homes and Communities Agency (HCA). The HCA is the social housing regulator for registered housing providers with more than 1,000 homes. In recognition of the effective financial management of the Group, the Regulator has given Incommunities a V1 viability score. The HCA viability report, […]


Ten long serving ‘involved’ tenants will be honoured at a celebration event organised by Incommunities this week (19th February). Each tenant is being recognised for their significant contribution over 10 years or more to the work of the housing group, its customers and residents across the district. This includes serving on housing boards, local management […]


Evie Anagnostou of Manningham has won a free photo competition aimed at capturing the many beautiful and unique images of the Bradford district. Evie’s dramatic night shot of Lister Mill was among nearly 100 entries submitted online by local people as part of the ‘One Day in Bradford’ competition. A judging panel made up of […]


Around 250 households in the Thornbury area are taking part in a pilot scheme into the impact for residents of the Government’s latest Welfare Reform changes. Universal Credit is a new single payment benefit which is replacing many existing working age benefits. It is expected to start being rolled out to residents across the district […]