A voice for every home
The UK has seen a significant rise in language diversity over the past few decades, with an increasing number of limited English speakers.
Due to this increase, the demand for multilingual translation services in relation to housing and property maintenance is greater than ever.
It is vital for housing organisations and support providers to meet the needs of their local communities, regardless of the language they speak.
Language barriers can pose significant challenges for housing associations. To ensure that marginalised migrant communities in the UK receive appropriate housing support, it is crucial to seek assistance from a reliable translator or interpreter.
It is essential that information given to tenants is understood no matter the language differences. Offering translation and interpreting services will facilitate two-way communication between tenant and housing services and will ensure;
The absence of professional translation services can lead to the use of unreliable alternatives like Google Translate or friends and family, resulting in poor translation and miscommunication.
When communication is completely hindered due to language barriers, relationships suffer, and both parties fail to meet their respective needs.
The risks include operational issues such as maintenance delays and misplaced priorities, along with potential reputational damage, property damage, and legal consequences. This is especially the case if a housing association and their support services fail to address language needs, leading to substandard living conditions.
If your organisation is in need of an experienced service provider to offer expert translation services, look no further than DA Languages. Our skilled translators and interpreters are ready to assist you in setting the standard for multilingual communication within diverse communities.
Our translation services can help housing providers, property associations, local councils, and maintenance and property management companies to handle various issues that can arise from language differences.
By ensuring that the message is understood by everyone in the community, regardless of their language, housing services can build trust and strengthen relationships with tenants.
We provide a comprehensive range of language services to help you overcome communication and cultural barriers, allowing you to focus on the task at hand.
We offer translation services for various documentation, correspondence, marketing and information materials. Our skilled team is proficient in accurately translating these materials to ensure clear communication.
Our goal is to facilitate effective communication and bridge language barriers. As such, can provide convenient options for two-way conversations, whether it be over the phone, through video calls, or in-person visits if necessary.
We can provide assistance with:
No matter your requirements, our team is equipped to help you bridge the linguistic divide and provide support services for all customers.
The DA Languages team can provide face-to-face, video and phone interpreters for welfare and housing support. Our professional translation and interpreting services can also assist with legal document translation and court interpreting.
DA Languages can assist you in staying ahead of the curve with forward-thinking, inclusive housing to ensure full compliance.
We are a dedicated language services agency with over 20 years of experience delivering first-class translation and interpreting services.
We have extensive experience working with many sectors and can provide translators and interpreters for over 450 languages to meet a range of needs. Our services will ensure individuals from all backgrounds can access the housing services they need without language becoming a barrier. No matter whether it helps with legal documents such as tenancy agreements or to report a repair, we can provide a positive, seamless experience.
Derby Homes, an arm’s-length management organisation that oversees social housing for Derby City Council, has been working with DA Languages since May 2019. It manages approximately 12,500 properties and 80% of its customers are homeless, seeking accommodation.