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Shepherds Bush Housing Group


West London

Key contact:

Matt Campion, Chief Executive


020 8996 4203,

Homes managed Homes to be built to 2022/23

Shepherds Bush Housing Group news

Apprentices with Eva

The latest edition of our staff blog features Eva, our Apprenticeship Coordinator.


The Connected Partnership (Octavia, Origin Housing & SBHG) is now a housing ‘strategic partner’ with the Greater London Authority.


SBHG has selected three new Board members whose skills, experience and diversity will further strengthen governance.


Additional services

As well as the homes we create, we offer services for residents and our wider west London community. In 2018/2019 we helped 19 households sustain their tenancies through debt and welfare advice or aids and adaptations – directly supporting the most vulnerable members of our community. Our Best Chance programme helped 210 people with career progression.

Social return on investments

CAN Invest, a leading UK social impact advisor, measure the wider value we deliver by assessing the value we create and ways we deliver it. This gave a Cost Benefit Ratio (CBR) for each of our services and an overall CBR of more than £3 for every £1 we invest.This means that we return three times the level of our investment in terms of impact to the local and national economy.


Why we joined PlaceShapers

"We are proud to be one of the founding members of PlaceShapers. The Group is a geographically focused organisation that co-operates with its local authorities through high level senior and long lasting commitment to their agendas. We invest heavily in added value services such as home improvement agencies, furniture recycling, well-being, adaptations and supported housing. The PlaceShapers principles align exactly with those of SBHG...strong and independent alongside commitment to local support and involvement."

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