Our resident magazine is now available in a new and improved format so you can stay up-to-date on all things PCH from your own device.
In this edition of InTouch, we look at how PCH has already made a number of improvements around managing damp and mould issues with a return to the You Said/We Did feature reviewing the progress we’ve made so far.
There is also information about the rent and service charge increases which take effect from 3 April 2023 – and you can visit the PCH website to find out more about how rent and service charges are calculated.
Our spotlight is on Ron King House, a city centre Housing with Support scheme, and we hear from residents about what living there means for them, as well as talking to residents at another sheltered scheme about the support they had to improve their health and wellbeing thanks to our partnership with Livewell South West.
There’s a great feature about the Plymouth Warriors, a disability-friendly football club which offers an inspiration for us all.
It’s great to see Beacon Café in North Prospect has reopened, and don’t forget our gym at Plumer House is also open again for PCH residents – come along on Tuesday and Thursdays to use the state of the art equipment free of charge.
If you want to get involved and help us shape our services, we still have opportunities for residents to join our Customer Focus Committee (CFC) – and this edition, we hear from our newest CFC co-optee members, Stacey and Melony, about the benefits of joining.