Residents of south Lewisham landlord, Phoenix Community Housing are being asked to vote on the community projects they want to see receive a share of £100,000 thanks to the Community Chest fund.more...
Phoenix Community Housing
Chief Executive, Jim Ripley
020 3121 0208, firstname.lastname@example.org (PA)
|Homes managed||Homes to be built to 2022/23|
|General needs social housing units managed||Housing for older people, supported housing and care home units managed||Low cost home ownership units||Temporary social housing||Non-social housing|
|General needs social housing units managed||5386|
|Housing for older people, supported housing and care home units managed||0|
|Low cost home ownership units||868|
|Temporary social housing||0|
Phoenix Community Housing news
We've started our search for a specialist contractor to complete the multimillion pound restoration of The Fellowship Inn, in Bellingham.more...
Have you switched the heating on yet?If you aren’t looking forward to your first winter bill, get yourself down to… https://t.co/qCwWsITZUj
15th Oct, 2019
Our vision is "To work together to build a better future for our Phoenix community" and we support a range of local community initiatives to improve the environment and quality of life for all residents. One of the ways that we do this is through our award-winning Community Chest.
The chest offers up to £100,000 of funding every year, to groups and individuals with ideas for projects that will make a difference to the lives of Phoenix residents.To date, over 5,000 people have benefited from projects that have received a share of £300,000.
In 2013 Phoenix moved to a new building called The Green Man.
This is right at the heart of the homes we own and manage and is much more than our headquarters. It offers a range of community facilities to breathe new life into the area we serve, including the Lewisham Training Kitchen, a branch of the Lewisham Plus Credit Union and a cafe.
Our employment and training programme, Roots into Work, has supported hundreds of residents and local people to take the next steps into work or training and includes a weekly job club, 1-2-1 support and access to free training.
Why we joined PlaceShapers
“We’re excited to join a group of housing associations that share our belief that landlords can – and should – play a role in changing lives and driving community regeneration. We want to learn from others' experiences and be part of that collective voice.”