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  1. Proposals to amalgamate

    WGCHA logo Howard Cottage Housing Association and Welwyn Garden City Housing Association are proposing to join forces.

  2. Out now!

    In Touch summer 2019 cover The summer issue of in touch - news for our residents, is now available to read online.

  3. Please help us to improve our website

    Tell us what you thinkPlease complete a survey about our website. Residents have a chance to win a £20 Love to Shop voucher. 

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  4. Would you like to get involved?

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    There’s a small, friendly group of residents who get together every month to help improve the services we provide. Fancy joining them?

  5. Kingfisher Clubs

    Kingfisher Club logo small We run four weekly Kingfisher Clubs for local people who have low to moderate dementia. Find out more information about how to join here

John Coxall Court under way!

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Things are taking shape at John Coxall Court  - our fantastic housing development in Letchworth Garden City for those aged 55 and over.  The 71 two-bedroom apartments will be beautifully designed homes of the highest quality.  John Coxall Court is due for completion in summer 2020.

To find out more visit www.johncoxallcourt.co.uk

Frequently Asked Questions about John Coxall Court  

Time lapse web cam - have a look at how things are going on site

John Coxall Court 18th July 2019

Contact us by email JCC@howard-cottage.co.uk or call us on 01462 683307

Universal Credit is here...Are you ready?

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Universal Credit (UC) Full Service is live in North Herts, Central Bedfordshire and Hertsmere. Going forward, eligible benefit claimants will move from the old-style benefits across to UC. Find out more about how to claim UC, the help and advice available to claimants, UC and your rent payments and answers to frequently asked questions here: