• Register today! For more information, take a look at our Guide to registering for My Online Account. 


  • If you've got a burning question about John Coxall Court, our new development of 71 high-quality, two-bedroom apartments for over-55s, we'll help you find the answer.

  • Respond to the text we send after a repair and let us know how your last repair went. 


  1. New General Data Protection Regulations

    New General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) came into force in 2018. Visit our website to read our updated privacy statement

  2. Proposals to amalgamate

    WGCHA logoIt is likely that we will be joining together with Welwyn Garden City Housing Association from January 2020. Find out more 

  3. Volunteers needed for our dementia clubs

    Kingfisher Club leaflet cover




    We are looking for volunteers at all

    four club locations...

  4. Generations Together

    Generations together 2019

    Over the summer we joined forces with North Hertfordshire District Council and Hillshott Infant School to pilot an intergenerational project: "Generations Together".

  5. Out now!

    Annual Report 2018/19 Our annual report 2018/19, A year of achievements ,  is now available to read online.

John Coxall Court - brochure available

 Are you 55 or over and thinking of moving?


Take a look at our exciting development of 2-bed apartments in Letchworth Garden City, due for completion in summer 2020. 


If you like what you see, please express an interest via the John Coxall Court website, get in touch by email  JCC@howard-cottage.co.uk, or call us on 01462 683307


Image of JCC brochure front page

 John Coxall Court logo

We have produced a brochure to answer some Frequently asked questions about John Coxall Court.


If you have any further questions please just  email JCC@howard-cottage.co.uk or call us on 01462 683307

  John Coxall Court 20 November 2029

Universal Credit has started...have you gone across yet?

UC banner for home page

Universal Credit (UC) is now live in North Herts, Central Bedfordshire and Hertsmere.

Going forward, eligible benefit claimants will move from the old-style benefits across to UC.

Find out more about how to claim UC, the help and advice available to claimants, the effect on your rent payments and answers to frequently asked questions here: