The UK is due to leave the European Union in 2020.
We are working hard to assess and minimise the impact of Brexit on our customers and to ensure our services to customers are unaffected.
The Government has a website to answer questions about Brexit. You can access it here.
Questions about the EU Settlement Scheme can be answered by the government here.
Trafford is one of the local authorities supporting EU, EEA and Swiss citizens to complete the ID verification part of the process. Trafford Council has posted its Brexit advice here.
Greater Manchester Combined Authority also has information, available here.
Trafford Housing Trust has a legal responsibility to process data responsibly and we are confident that we will continue to do this in the usual way after Brexit.
Easter opening times
Trafford Housing Trust Easter 2020 opening times
Trustcare Launches Careers for Carers Recruitment Drive
The independent living services provider is looking for carers
£100,000 Grant from Trafford Housing Trust to Ease Effects Of Coronavirus
Trafford Housing Trust supports Trafford Community Response
Non-essential repairs postponed
We have now taken the difficult decision to postpone all non-essential repairs and prioritise emergency repair works.
Sale Playgroup Celebrates Six Years of Monkeying Around
Trafford Housing Trust Social Investment Fund grant helps playgroup birthday celebrations
Trafford Housing Trust Wins Top Apprenticeship Awards
Two awards for Trafford Housing Trust at the Trafford College Group’s Apprenticeship Awards