Salford Tower Blocks
City West Housing Trust (CWHT) was formed in 2008 to manage the social housing stock in Salford, Greater Manchester. The trust has a 5 year programme to upgrade over 300 non traditional properties comprising of various building types and 12 high rise blocks of flats.
Housing Pendle is a member of the Together Housing Group and provides property management and development opportunities within the Pendle area for 3326 homes. Their focus is on creating places where people want to live and choose to stay - whether that means providing new communities or transforming
Helena Partnerships was launched in July 2008. It was formerly known as Helena Housing, a well-respected social landlord with 13,000 homes across St Helens. As part of their improvement programme Helena Partnerships recently commenced the upgrade of 37 non-traditional Airey properties.
Following the successful delivery of a £30m housing improvement programme to bring all their properties up to the Welsh Housing Quality Standard, Cartrefi Conwy began a programme of environmental improvements. As part of this programme and its commitment to reducing carbon emissions...
Kings Park is a £20m investment scheme that will modernise three high rise blocks and remodel the open spaces to provide quality homes with lots of secure and accessible recreational areas for everyone to enjoy in safety. It will also see the creation of 140 new homes.
Liverpool Mutual Homes was formed in 2008 to manage 15,000 homes in Liverpool and has invested heavily over the past 4 years to bring many of its properties up to the Decent Homes Standard. Nearly £300 million will be spent on improving homes and services over the next 5 years.
Cumberland Avenue Estate - Refurbishment
City West Housing Trust (CWHT) were formed in 2008 to manage the social housing stock in Salford, Greater Manchester. The trust had a 5 year programme to upgrade over 300 non traditional properties comprising of various building types such as Unity, No Fines Concrete and Reema.
Maidenhead and District Housing Association was formed in 1995 as a result of a large scale voluntary housing stock transfer from the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead. In 2000 the association set up its own group structure known as Housing Solutions; which now owns, manages and maintains more
Accent Group own over 19,000 properties across the country and are firmly committed to providing residents with excellent homes and top quality services which they have been investing in for over 40 years. Accent Foundation manages the group’s homes in the North East, North West and Yorkshire