Events

Our Annual General Meeting 2017

This year’s Annual General Meeting will be held on Tuesday 17th October in Shrewsbury from 12 until 2pm. The meeting will provide you with the chance to hear what has been achieved this year, meet our Board Members and our Senior Management Team.

New Rents Calendar

Download and print our new rents calendar, helping you to keep on top of your payments

Gas Safety Week 2017

From 18.09.2017 to 24.09.2017

This week (18th until 24th September 2017) is Gas Safety Week.

Welcome to Shropshire Towns and Rural Housing

Shropshire Towns and Rural Housing

On 1 April 2013, Shropshire Towns and Rural Housing Ltd (STAR Housing) took responsibility for the management of all 4200 Shropshire Council owned homes in the Oswestry & Bridgnorth areas. We now provide all housing management services to council tenants, including all work to repair, maintain and improve. This also includes garage tenancies and leaseholders.

We are an Arm’s Length Management Organisation (ALMO), which means that Shropshire Council retains the ownership of the housing stock, controls the allocations policy and retains the homelessness duty but we manage and improve the housing service provided to tenants.

We are managed by a board of directors made up of tenants, independents, council representatives and a staff member.

For more information about us follow this link.

Best garden winner announced

Mrs Mary Smith from Pinefields in Much Wenlock has been crowned the winner of this year’s Garden Competition.

Oswestry residents group celebrates one year of partnership and teamwork

Twelve months ago a group of Oswestry residents came together to form the Trees Estate Residents Group.

Error with allpay direct debit payments

allpay have updated us to say that they have now resolved the problem with taking duplicate payments and that all customers will receive a refund of the duplicated payment by Tuesday 12th September.

Community comes together for Fairfield's Fete in Gobowen

Residents of Fairfield Close in Gobowen have raised a whopping £308 at their recent Fairfield's Fete – they plan to use it to pay for activities for the tenants of the Close.