Aldwyck Housing Group
Established in Harpenden in 1968, Aldwyck has a long track record of delivering affordable homes to rent or buy and providing supported housing and care services. They provide over 11,000 homes and management services for around 25,000 people in a variety of tenures, from rented and part-owned homes to owner-occupiers.
bpha Ltd was established in 1990 with the transfer of North Bedfordshire Borough Council’s homes to a new not-for-profit housing association. bpha Ltd currently manages 16,000 homes, 1,000 shared ownership properties and employs more than 300 staff. Since 1992 it has helped more than 5,000 families into home ownership.
Broadland Housing Association
Broadland have been providing quality affordable homes across Norfolk and North Suffolk since 1963. With a commitment to solving the housing crisis, Broadland help to create thriving neighbourhoods and communities with the customer at the forefront of their association.
Cross Keys Homes
Cross Keys Homes is the largest housing association in Peterborough and was created following the transfer of the City Council’s 10,000-strong housing stock. It is a not-for-profit charitable association, and employs over 250 staff. Cross Keys Homes also leases 72 city shops and provides a community alarm service known as Lifeline to vulnerable people which is available nationwide.
Estuary Housing Association
Estuary is an Essex-based housing association which provides services across the county, the three outer east London boroughs and in the Suffolk Coastal District. The organisation currently owns and manages over 3,900 properties and has over 300 employees. Two thirds of Estuary’s staff work to provide care and support services to residents with learning disabilities and mental health issues.
Flagship provide 22,000 homes for affordable and market rent, and for shared ownership and sale across the East of England. They build and maintain homes through their housing and development business Flagship Homes and their repairs, maintenance and facilities company RFT Services. Flagship have a turnover of £127m, employ over 550 people and are proud to have an A1 Moody’s rating.
Grand Union Housing Group was formed in 2008 to provide affordable rented accommodation and help people access the housing market through shared ownership schemes. Grand Union currently owns and manages over 10,000 homes across Bedfordshire, Northamptonshire and the surrounding counties.
Havebury Housing Partnership
Havebury, a specialist in affordable housing in Suffolk, offers social housing in the Bury St Edmunds and Haverhill areas. They are dedicated to the provision of good quality affordable homes in Suffolk. They manage over 6,000 houses and flats in towns and villages around Bury St Edmunds and Haverhill.
Hightown Housing Association
Hightown Housing Association provides a range of housing and support services for people, including those with special needs. Hightown currently manages almost 6,000 homes and employs over 900 staff. With an annual turnover of £71 million, the organisation is committed to developing 1,000 new affordable homes over the next two years.
Settle is a not-for-profit housing association which provides homes across eight local authority areas in Hertfordshire and Bedfordshire. It currently manages 8,800 homes including temporary accommodation for homeless people, and retirement living and flexicare housing for older people.
Watford Community Housing Trust
Watford Community Housing Trust is a housing association providing around 5,000 affordable homes and additional services to over 20 local communities throughout Watford and parts of Three Rivers. As a Community Gateway organisation, WCHT places tenants and community empowerment at the heart of everything it does.