Thames Valley Housing are deeply saddened by the tragic incident at Grenfell Tower and our thoughts are with all those affected by this terrible incident. We would like to reassure our residents that we take great care to ensure all our properties are fully compliant with fire, building and safety standards. We have a comprehensive… Read More
Throughout the summer there will be several events taking place in Woking including Party in the Park, Woking Food & Drink Festival and Open days. Please click the below link to view a list of events. Events_Calendar2017
Are you an existing Thames Valley Housing resident? If you are, please complete the form found via the link below, and we’ll send you an invitation letter to register for the MyTVH service. MyTVH registration MyTVH enables you to access our online services via pc, tablet or smart phone, giving you greater flexibility in making… Read More
Thames Valley Housing are currently recruiting to our Resident Scrutiny Panel. Are you interested in: • Influencing important decisions we make? • Ensuring residents get the best possible services from us? • Helping to improve our performance? • Developing your skills? • Working as part of a team? Yes? Then here’s how you can help us:… Read More
Thames Valley Housing tenants at Kingsmoor Park will have received letters detailing your Rent and Service Charge information for the next financial year 2017/18. Due to a technical error, some detail on the letter is incorrect and revised letters will be posted in the next few days. If you are a Thames Valley Housing tenant… Read More
We are proud to be able to provide a stimulating play area which is situated next to the natural copse and complements the environment. The play area includes both a toddler area and an area for older children.
We recently sent an energy saving leaflet out to all residents of Kingsmoor Park. It included information about the work that we carried out with three residents and an energy saving expert to work out what energy saving advice would be best for your homes. As your homes have special energy saving equipment like solar PV panels and thermostatic… Read More
In the Borough of Woking there are currently some 10,000 residents who are members of local Neighbourhood Watches. The Woking Association of Neighbourhood Watches is keen to encourage the formation of new watches and invites those who would like to increase their local security, and to know more, to contact the Old Woking Area Coordinator…. Read More