Latest news — articles for October 2015

Regenda's cheeky shower scene image shortlisted for top PR award

An image of a couple showering together has been shortlisted for a top PR award. Regenda Homes residents Sue and Wayne Hubbard posed for the photo during a campaign encouraging families to reduce their use of water, gas and electricity.

The photograph was widely used by the press, radio and television, promoting the energy-saving campaign to a wide audience.    

 

 

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Are you a Regenda resident in Merseyside looking for work?

Are you a Regenda resident in Merseyside looking for work? We’re working with a national charity called Business in the Community to offer the Ready for Work programme exclusively for 10 of our Merseyside residents starting Tues 3 November 2015. 

The programme offers exciting employment placement opportunities with companies such as Marks and Spencer, Barclays and Carillion (construction). 

My oh M&Y! Fresh new look for Regenda's repairs and maintenance company.

Regenda's specialist repairs and maintenance company M&Y has a fresh new look and ambitious expansion plans.

Thirty five years ago it was a small, family-run business. Today the growing St Helens-based company employs around 250 staff and expects annual turnover to top £17m.     

Regenda Homes helps residents turn business dreams into a reality

Regenda Homes joined forces with five other North West housing associations to provide valuable business advice to local residents.

More than 20 people who attended the two day Pop Up Business School event at Birkenhead in Wirral said they felt an increase in confidence and the ability to progress their business ideas further.

Find out why the Regenda Group wants to keep it stylish and simple

The Regenda Group has produced a style guide to help staff improve the way they communicate with residents. The Style Playbook has been accredited by the Plain Language Commission.

By using it, all staff will be encouraged to write with greater clarity and consistency, making more use of plain language in letters, emails and publications.