Denbigh Methodist Housing Association (DMHA) is run by the Church as a means of providing local accommodation at affordable rents.
We are fortunate to own a small number of residential properties in the local area. Turnover is very low, and new tenancies are rarely available. Vacancies are advertised locally when they become available.
If you have any questions about the work of the housing association please do contact the church reception or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Established in 1994 Denbigh Methodist Housing Association (DMHA) is a community-driven initiative established and operated by the Church with a fundamental commitment to offering affordable, high-quality housing in our local area.
Our modest inventory of residential properties is primarily occupied by long-term tenants, and as a result, new tenancies are infrequently vacant. When such opportunities do arise, we make it a point to announce them within the local community.
At DMHA, our mission goes beyond providing housing; it's about creating a sense of belonging and stability for our residents. We take pride in being an integral part of the fabric of our community and strive to offer a safe, comfortable, and supportive living environment for all those who call our properties home.
A fire safety guide for residents. Covering topics such as how to prevent a fire, what to do in the event of a fire, and fire safety tips for specific items and areas in the home.
Complaints Policy Statement
Denbigh Methodist Housing Association recognises that all residents, service users and members of the public can make complaints about our organisation or the services we offer.
This policy will set out our approach to handling complaints and detail the procedure that we will follow to address, manage, and resolve complaints.
Pests and Pest Control Policy Statement
Denbigh Methodist Housing Association recognises that the presence of pests can cause distress to residents.
This policy will set out our approach to preventing and managing infestations of pests and how we will work with residents and service users to do so.
Repairs and Maintenance Policy Statement
Denbigh Methodist Housing Association is committed to providing a high quality, safe and effective repairs service. We want to ensure that our homes are safe and well-
This purpose of this policy is to ensure that all staff, residents, service users and contractors have the required knowledge and information to provide and engage with the repairs service.
Denbigh Methodist Housing Association is committed to protecting and safely managing the personal data of our residents and service users.
The purpose of this policy is to explain how Denbigh Methodist Housing Association will use and manage personal data supplied to us by our residents and service
Antisocial Behaviour and Hate Crime Policy Statement
Denbigh Methodist Housing Association recognises that crime (including hate crime) and Antisocial behaviour (ASB) impacts residents and communities as well as assets.
This policy will set out our approach to ASB and hate crime and how we will work with residents and service users who experience either one; as well as what we will do to prevent it from happening.