For the last fifty years we have sought to help people in housing need to have somewhere they can call home and be proud of.
Our vision is simple, it's to end housing need.
We are dedicated to being a supportive and reliable landlord; providing fantastic services to our customers, investing in the communities we work in and continuing to build new homes to help combat the housing crisis.
By living our values we deliver continually high service levels to our customers, whether they are residents, stakeholders or partners:
We value diversity and are committed to promoting equality and to tackling all forms of discrimination through our role both as a landlord, service provider and an employer. We do not discriminate against age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage or civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, religion or belief, race (ethnicity, colour and national original), sex and sexual orientation.Our Equality and Diversity commitment
The Board has adopted the UK Corporate Governance Code which sets standards of good practice in relation to board leadership, effectiveness, remuneration and accountability. The majority of our Board members are independent non-executives. We are regulated by the Regulator of Social Housing and the government department currently responsible for overseeing the social housing sector is the Department for Communities and Local Government (CLG).