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...
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27th Mar, 2020
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.”