Eleven Placeshapers are among this year's housing ‘Power Players’, published annually by sector magazine 24Housing.
4 February 2019 more...
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We Care focuses on all the things we do to care for people, our communities and the range of caring activities they engage in on a daily basis.
We Care has begun to uncover the true scale of our work, the breadth of caring services we provide and the impact we’re having on people’s lives, every day.
Housing associations have evolved to become much more than just landlords. Whilst we take great care in providing high-quality homes that are safe and well maintained, we also focus on the people who live in them, working with them and our wider partners to ensure we provide what’s needed.
We Care evidence this by showing you what this means on a day-to-day basis across the country.
Read our full report including inspiring case studies that show how we care for people and communities.
View 29 case studies from around the country that demonstrate the wide range of caring services we provide.
See how our members pledged for We Care Day.
Christmas is a time of giving so We Care took on a festive theme.
To ensure no-one gets left behind.
Claire Higgins, Cross Keys Homes
To deliver 2,500 training places in the next 12 months.
Sinead Butters, Aspire
Do what I can to heighten the profile of care workers and show their true value.
Julie Doyle, Longhurst Group
A commitment to show what we will do to improve services, recognise the challenge we face and the work to be done.
Karen Armitage, Stafford & Rural Homes
To improve the quality of life for the people we serve.
Matthew Walker, Leeds Federated HA
I want to be a leader who inspires others to create and organisation that does all it can to care for the community.
Paul Fiddaman, Karbon
To leave the world a better place than when we found it.
Julie Fadden, South Liverpool Homes
We will partner with others to shrink homelessness and empower communities.
Gary Clark, Golding Homes
To do things that are valued locally, even when they're tricky.
Frank Czarnowski, West Kent
We will provide genuinely affordable homes in west London.
Matt Campion, SBHG
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19 Mar 2019
Winter star builders
The nine PlaceShaper members in the North East region endeavour to build more than 8,500 homes over the next five years. more...