In 2014 Nordine Benchiba moved in to a newly built Curo home in Trowbridge with his two young children. Shortly before moving home, Nordine’s world had been turned upside down. Nordine got in touch with us to share his story and to tell us why he’s proud to be a Curo tenant:
“I was lucky enough to be housed in one of your new developments at Centenary Court in Trowbridge last June. Unfortunately I lost my wife to cancer just before I was housed and now I’m raising our children to the best of my ability.
After his wife passed away, Nordine left his job as a manager and he and his children moved in with his parents. They stayed there for six months until they were able to take the keys to their new family home at Centenary Court.
“I sincerely believe that one of the reasons we were able to move on with our lives is because of our new home. I would like to thank Curo for giving my children stability and security in what has been a most tragic year.”
Nordine is incredibly proud of where he lives and has recently become a Curo Local Voice, helping to make Centenary Court a great place to live by acting as a link between his neighbourhood and Curo.
Nordine now wants to pursue a Law degree and is considering applying for Curo’s new Scholarship.