Saffron Housing have celebrated with local residents who have moved into 15 new Dickleburgh affordable homes, developed by the housing association. The development was designed and built with local housing need in mind, with all 15 residents coming from the local area. Local contractors were used on the development, adding a valuable boost to the local economy.more...
Saffron Housing Trust
James Francis - Chief Executive Officer
|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||5068|
|Housing for older people, supported housing and care home units managed||811|
|Low cost home ownership units||316|
|Temporary social housing||0|
Saffron Housing Trust news
Broadland District Council has a biennial Design Award, which recognises those new developments that are considered to be of high design value. The criteria for the awards are for schemes to have made a positive contribution to their locality and have made an exceptional effort to raise design standards in the Broadland area.more...
RT @HannahH12812: Wow to be nominated was incredible to win was unexpected but undeniably brilliant... The part that makes me most proud is…
11th Oct, 2019
Saffron employs CAB advisors who are able to give tenants debt and financial advice.
Contact Care offer a lifeline service to East Anglian communities, helping people to remain independent in their own home.
Saffron also has a development arm called Crocus, which in addition to project managing some of Saffron’s developments also manages the PV scheme on over 800 of our homes. Pye Road provides a health & safety and fire risk management consultancy service.
Why we joined PlaceShapers
We joined PlaceShapers originally as the ethos behind the organisation fitted well with our beliefs about local community involvement and development. Since then PlaceShapers has grown into a much larger and influential version of that original intention that is really listened to and valued in the sector. The key to the on-going success is the ‘self-help’ nature of the organisation that encourages learning and visits between members that helps each member locally to support the communities they work in.