You can now pay your rent via Direct Debit, you can set this up via our website or call the office to set up over the phone.

You will need your Client refence number to set this up, if you do not have this information, please contact the office.

You can pay weekly, fortnightly, four weekly or monthly.

Blackpool Housing Company (BHC) were happy to give a “Christmas Smile “ to so many this year by dropping off some lovely Christmas Hampers.

Thanks to an array of donations we were able to package up some fabulous Christmas goodies and drop them off at an array of local charities . We were also able to put together hampers for some of our tenants to who were picked out of our Santa Raffle Hat.

Our team always go the extra “golden mile “ and next year we hope to add a smile to so many more local people and charities who may struggle over the festive period financially and/or emotionally. It is not a happy time for everyone so always happy to help and support where we can. Wishing everyone a Happy 2022 from all the team at Blackpool Housing Company.

Blackpool Housing Company were finalists at the Local Government Chronicle Awards 2021 in the category for housing.

We demonstrated how through innovation we are intervening in the PRS to influence change and to improve the standard of accommodation available to local residents.

The judges commented on the tenacity and sheer excellence demonstrated throughout the entire shortlist.

Blackpool Housing Company (BHC) is blessed with a small team of highly motivated and skilful staff who are committed to improving the lives of local residents living in some of the most deprived neighbourhoods in the UK.

Working exclusively within the inner areas of the resort and a severely dysfunctional private rented sector (PRS) market, Blackpool Housing Company team provides a 360 degree service that encompasses all aspects of property development, management and tenancy support. BHC acquires, develops and manages properties for rent in the private rented sector but also supports our tenants in all aspects of their tenancy.

We focus on tackling neglected and derelict properties and creating the circumstances from which our customers can set down roots and build a home lies at the heart of everything BHC does. This is not only innovative but is unique in the private rented sector and in some of the most challenging locations.

The BHC team provides all of these services but it is the commitment and dedication to go above and beyond to support our community that stands out in everything we do.

Our team go the extra “golden mile” with a wider contribution to support a range of local charitable causes and events.

For example the team supported the renovation of the Young Carers Centre as part of “DIY SOS Big Build.” This involved getting involved working outside of their normal working hours to represent the company and contribute to the renovation.

It was a pleasure to attend our local council annual staff event as one of the companies in the council. We will be attending along with council staff and are pleased to announce we were shortlisted within the Council’s Company ‘making a difference’ category. We didn’t win this year, – this was a stiff competition however we did make the final three and are thrilled to have been nominated. 

Congratulations to everyone who won their category! We hope you have a fabulous festive season and can’t wait to see what the new year brings for our local area. ????

Setting off with another riding buddy (Phil) one bright and sunny Wednesday morning in September from the famous Lands-End signpost on mainland UK furthest South West, the journey was mainly planned on minor roads and started with the  beautiful and rugged coastline of Cornwall before cycling over Exmoor National Park in Devon and into Somerset, the Quantock Hills and over the Bristol Channel.
Heading north, the landscape constantly changing through the Forest of Dean and onto flatter Shropshire and Cheshire Countryside arriving in the North West on day 5. Not yet halfway on the epic tour, on a rainy day (typical) the journey then took in the Lune Valley up past Lancaster and onto Kendal in the Lake District, over the mighty Shap summit, and onto Penrith.

By day 7 and joined by another rider (Clive) and Jason in a support vehicle for Scotland’s leg, halfway was reached as the (now 3) riders left England behind.
Heading over the Borders via Selkirk, passing an unusual Buddhist retreat, the landscape became more undulating and awe-inspiring. The tour headed for Edinburgh stopping at Portobello Beach (didn’t know Edinburgh had a beach !) then crossing the mighty Firth of Forth bridge.

The final push was via the Grampian Mountains and over mountain ski resorts of Glenshee and Lecht in the Cairngorm National Park, tough going but outstanding scenery along the way. Passing via Inverness and the worst hills behind them, the journey took the coast road all the way to John O’Groats, arriving on schedule and with a very big sense of achievement on day 11, Saturday. With the weather being mostly kind, only a few punctures, a broken chain, and a snapped cable, the 3 elated but tired riders completed the journey under the famous John O’Groats signpost at the furthest northeastern point of mainland UK. Over 1,000 miles cycled and around 60,000ft. of ascent (2 times the height of Everest) in 11 days, challenge completed!
As you can see from the photos the Wallaby is My Blackpool Home’s mascot Big N (Nigel), he went on the trip with Dave Galvin and our property care operative Jason Hall took him under his wing!  We think he enjoyed the trip.????