Supporting our customers

Lending a hand when you need it most

We want our customers to live peacefully in safe communities. That's why we won't tolerate anti-social behaviour, domestic violence or hate crimes in our communities, and will use every power we can to prevent it, stop it and bring perpetrators to justice.

As well as making communities safer, we can lend a hand to support customers experiencing difficulties with their mental health and money problems.

 

Together, we're creating safer places to live

We're a member of the Safer Trafford Partnership, and we work with other local authorities in the places where we have properties.

Working in partnership with other providers means that we can to tackle anti-social behaviour, hate crime and domestic abuse together. We also offer support to victims and witnesses of such behaviour and swift action is taken to prevent further incidents.

We are committed to promoting a safe and secure environment so all those involved with us can live, work and grow together in our communities.

Latest news

Free PPE for Thousands of Trafford Residents

Trafford residents are set to receive 4,000 sets of personal protective equipment (PPE) thanks to Trafford Housing Trust and Trafford Council.

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New Property Partnership to Create Employment Opportunities Across the North West

A new partnership between Trafford Housing Trust and Procure Plus is set to bring new career opportunities and training to local communities and individuals who are long-term unemployed or looking to make a career change into the construction industry.

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Trafford Housing Trust’s funding boost for mental health charities

Trafford residents are set to benefit from four new initiatives created to help support mental health and wellbeing throughout COVID-19.

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Half Term Holiday Hunger Boost from Trafford Housing Trust

Half Term Holiday Hunger Boost from Trafford Housing Trust

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THT customers could get £140 off your electricity bill from a government scheme

THT customers could get £140 off your electricity bill from a government scheme

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Kris Peach Joins Board of Trafford Housing Trust

Trafford Housing Trust elects a new board member as Non-Executive Director (NED)

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