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A1 Housing is a non-profit making Arms Length Management Organisation (ALMO) providing the day-to-day management of Bassetlaw District Council’s housing stock of 7,000 properties.
Advantage SW is a limited liability partnership owned by four Housing Associations. It has formed a “central purchasing body” which will arrange contracts that Housing Associations and local authorities can access. It now has 12 members with around 75,000 homes.
Advantage SW has joined EEM so they can offer our Frameworks to their members.
The district was formed on 1 April 1974 by the merger of the urban districts of Alfreton, Belper, Heanor and Ripley Rural District and Belper Rural District.
Arc Partnership is a joint venture developed by Nottinghamshire County Council and Scape Group to work closely with local communities. Providing value for money, treating people fairly and creating a better built environment for everyone.
Ashfield District covers an area of 10,956 hectares and is located on the western side of Nottinghamshire. It has an estimated population of 119,500 (National Census, 2011). The majority of this population together with associated housing, jobs and services, are concentrated within the three main towns of Sutton in Ashfield, Hucknall and Kirkby in Ashfield together with three large villages in the substantial rural area mainly to the west of the M1 motorway.
The Aspire Group is a social regeneration business that provides housing, training and neighbourhood services. Through their member companies, Aspire provide quality affordable homes, build better communities and help people into work through training, apprenticeships and support.
Bassetlaw is the northernmost district of Nottinghamshire, England, with a population according to the 2001 UK census of 107,713. The borough is predominantly rural, with two towns: Worksop, site of the borough offices, and Retford. The district was formed on 1 April 1974 by the merger of the boroughs of Worksop and East Retford and most of Worksop Rural District and most of East Retford Rural District. It is named after the historic Bassetlaw wapentake of Nottinghamshire
Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust provides mental health care to those people living in Birmingham and Solihull who are experiencing mental health problems.
Birmingham City University have invested £270 million into the regional economy, thus supporting the growth of their community. BCU are investing £260 million in their estate, including a major expansion of their city centre campus at Eastside. Around 23,500 students from 80 Countries study at BCU.
Bolsover District Council is a local authority based in north Derbyshire. They retained responsibility for the management, maintenance and improvement of their 5,000+ housing stock back in 2005 after consultation with tenants comprehensively showed they wanted the Council to continue being their landlord and they met the governments Decent Homes Standard in December 2010.
Broadland Housing Group believe that everyone needs and deserves a home that suits their specific lifestyle needs; therefore, Broadland build homes to suit everyone – from family homes to modern apartments, right through to sheltered housing / housing with care homes.
The district formed on 1 April 1974 by a merger of the Beeston and Stapleford urban district, the Eastwood urban district and part of Basford Rural District. The borough’s name was derived from the old Broxtowewapentake of Nottinghamshire, which covered a larger area.
The district was granted borough status in 1977.
Mansfield based Brunts Charity offers housing solutions to people over the age of 60 who are resident in the Mansfield area, have a local connect and are in need, hardship or distress.
Cambridge City Council is the democratic body at the heart of a world famous city. For over 800 years the council has brought together the diverse communities that make up Cambridge – it provides a voice for those communities as well as a wide range of services to meet their needs.
Charnwood Borough Council manage and maintain 5,945 tenanted and 266 leasehold properties. Charnwood Borough Council employs around 140 people via Housing repairs and maintenance.
Chesterfield Borough Council has been building, allocating and managing approximately 10,000 properties throughout the Borough for over 80 years. During this time we have seen many changes but, as one of the largest and most experienced landlords in the County, we have adapted our service to meet these new challenges. Our aim is to deliver a service that the residents of Chesterfield can feel proud of, and one that they can help us to provide for many years to come.
Serving North Derbyshire’s population and beyond – a catchment population of around 375,000 – Chesterfield Royal Hospital NHS Foundation Trust (CRH ) provides a full range of acute services – plus 24-hour accident and emergency care and specialist children’s services.
The City of Lincoln Council is a local authority who retained responsibility for the allocation, management, maintenance and improvement of our housing stock which contains 7900 properties back in 2005 after consultation with tenants. The day to day repair service for the properties is mainly provided by the Council’s in -house City Maintenance Services Team and supported by a wide array of external service programmes.
CBS provides high quality building and maintenance services delivered by a professional team of directly employed trade operatives.
Coventry and Warwickshire Partnership NHS Trust was formed in 2006 and integrated with community services from NHS Coventry in April 2011. The organisation now provides services from more than 60 locations with an income of about £200 million, and employs more than 4,000 dedicated staff.
Derby City Council value their communities – as outlined in their Council Plan 2016-2019, Derby City Council strive to further support housing and regeneration within the area.
In April 2002 responsibility for managing council homes in Derby moved from Derby City Council over to Derby Homes, along with over 300 staff from the then Council’s Housing Services Department. Derby Homes Limited is an arm’s length management company ALMO created by Derby City Council to manage, maintain and improve its council houses and estates. The organisation is non-profit making and it does not pay dividends to any shareholders. It is 100% owned and controlled by Derby City Council
Derbyshire Dales is a local government district in Derbyshire, England. Much of the district is situated in the Peak District, although most of its population lies along the River Derwent.
The borough borders the districts of High Peak, Amber Valley, North East Derbyshire and South Derbyshire in Derbyshire and also Sheffield in South Yorkshire.
The district offices are in Matlock. It was formed on 1 April 1974, originally under the name of West Derbyshire. The district adopted its current name in 1988. The district was a merger of Ashbourne, Bakewell, Matlock and Wirksworth urban districts along with Ashbourne Rural District and Bakewell Rural District.
Following their review of parliamentary representation in Derbyshire, the Boundary Commission for England has formed a new constituency called Derbyshire Dales.
Derwent Living is a not-for-profit organisation providing affordable living to suit a range of lifestyles. Formed in 1964, Derwent Living works with customers to build thriving communities where people want to live. Derwent Living manages more than 11,000 properties in the Midlands, South Yorkshire and the South East. Derwent Living is managed by a Board. The Board today is comprised largely of unpaid voluntary board members with relevant knowledge and skills, all of whom have an interest in housing and in particular the provision of housing for those in need.
Dudley Metropolitan District Council recognise and value the diversity of backgrounds, skills and needs within the borough and work hard to respond to these. They aim to serve the people of Dudley Borough fairly and efficiently so they can improve the quality of life for everyone.
With 18,000 properties, EMH Group are one of the largest social landlords in the East Midlands and a significant provider of housing and support services. EMH Group are recognised as one of the leading providers of housing for rent in their sector.
Futures Housing Group is a registered social landlord, providing more than 9,000 affordable homes throughout the East Midlands.
Futures provide homes in Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire and Northamptonshire. Their ambitious business plan includes development of homes for rent, homes for sale, shared ownership and private-market rent.
Gedling Homes was created on the transfer of all of Gedling Borough Council’s housing stock on November 3rd 2008 following a ballot of all our tenants. Our stock of 3362 homes is mainly in the urban areas of Arnold, Carlton, Gedling and Netherfield, and with some properties in the rural communities across Gedling Borough. Many of our staff are former employees of Gedling Borough Council, and bring with them years of local housing experience. Gedling Homes are proud to be part of the New Charter Housing Trust Group.
Launched in 2005, Gloucester City Homes is currently a 3 Star Arms Length Management Organisation set up by Gloucester City Council. GCH manages and maintains the whole of Gloucester City Councils housing, currently 4,513 rented homes, 261 leasehold flats, 54 shared ownership properties, 604 garages and 60 parking spaces. There are 14 sheltered or semi-sheltered schemes.
Golden Lane Housing works with people with a learning disability to provide supported housing around which they can build their lives. We were established as an independent registered charity by Mencap in 1998 to help tackle the immense challenges that people with a learning disability face in finding a home.
Since our inception we have invested £87.1 million transforming the lives of over 1,500 people with a wide range of needs in more than 600 properties across England and Wales. Each year we house over 100 people and continually find innovate ways to provide suitable housing solutions in this ever changing society.
Great Places Housing Group is a forward-thinking, inclusive and exciting organisation which exists to improve the lives of the thousands of people living in its portfolio of 18,000 homes.
The Guinness Partnership owns and manages nearly 60,000 homes, employs around 3,000 members of staff, and provides services for more than 120,000 customers nationwide.
Helena are committed to making a difference to the lives of their customers and the neighbourhoods they live in. Established in 2002 following a stock transfer of homes from St Helens Council, Helena owns and manages 13,400 homes including properties for older people, supported accommodation and almost 600 shared ownership homes.
Hinckley & Bosworth Borough Council is a borough council serving the people, communities and businesses of Hinckley & Bosworth. The council serves approximately 100 000 inhabitants over 16 wards with 34 elected councillors and with approximately 400 full-time and part-time staff. The council is one of seven district (or borough) councils in Leicestershire which operate within a two tier system where responsibilities are divided between the district or borough council and Leicestershire County Council.
Housing Plus Group was formed in October 2016 and now provides homes and services to customers across Shropshire and Staffordshire.
With 12,000 apartments, houses, bungalows and flats as well as 600 employees, the Housing Plus Group is a significant midlands employer, purchaser and business partner whilst providing homes and services for communities across the two counties.
Hyde Housing Association was established in 1967 with one aim: to help people excluded from the mainstream housing market, by providing them with decent, affordable homes and managing them properly.
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Kettering Borough Council was established in 1973, as part of reforms marked by the Local Government Act 1972. Prior to this date, Kettering Borough was represented by the Urban District Councils of Burton Latimer, Desborough, Rothwell and Kettering (wholly within the current Borough boundaries) and the Rural District Council of Kettering Rural (mainly within the current Borough boundaries).
Kirklees Neighbourhood Housing are a not-for-profit company set up by Kirklees Council to provide and manage housing services. KNH’s mission is to provide ‘Quality Homes and Services in Successful Communities’.
Leicester City Council currently has 21,560 council homes, plus 228 HomeCome Limited Assured Shorthold Tenancies. HomeCome is a private landlord who offers good quality homes for people on the housing register at less than market rent. LCC provide their management as well as the day-to-day repairs function. In addition we have a further 718 leasehold
Hillingdon London Borough Council is the local authority for the London Borough of Hillingdon in Greater London, England. It is a London borough council, one of 32 in the United Kingdom capital of London. Hillingdon is divided into 22 wards, electing a total of 65 councillors. The council was created by the London Government Act 1963 and replaced four local authorities: Uxbridge Borough Council, Hayes and Harlington Urban District Council, Ruislip-Northwood Urban District Council and Yiewsley and West Drayton Urban District Council.
Mansfield District Council Landlord services are responsible for approximately 6800 properties across the district with the management of those properties and estates delivered from the Civic Centre and from area offices at Mansfield Woodhouse, Sandy Lane and Warsop. The day to day repair of their homes is mainly carried out by the housing repairs service who are based at Vale Road, Mansfield Woodhouse. All services are delivered in compliance with the statutory and regulatory requirements and where appropriate in line with ‘best practice’
MHA is a charity providing care, accommodation and support services for more than 17,000 older people throughout Britain. Their mission is to improve the quality of life of older people, inspired by Christian concern.
Metropolitan is a leading provider of integrated housing services, care and support and community regeneration. Metropolitan manage over 38,000 affordable homes for rent and sale to those with greatest need, along with a range of care and support services. In total, they provide a diverse range of service to over 80,000 customers across London, the East of England and the East Midlands.
Midland Heart is one of the top ten housing and care organisations based in the UK.
Their work involves; supporting those who need help to live independently, assisting in regenerating communities and helping an individual to discover their own abilities just as much as it involves providing and maintaining homes for more than 70,000 people with maximum customer involvement.
They own and manage more than 32,000 homes across 54 local authority areas and invest in excess of £100 million each year in our neighbourhoods.
Newark and Sherwood is a local government district and is the largest district in Nottinghamshire, England. The district is predominantly rural, with some large forestry plantations, the ancient Sherwood Forest and the towns of Newark-on-Trent, Southwell and Ollerton.
The district was formed on 1 April 1974, by a merger of the municipal borough of Newark with Newark Rural Districtand Southwell Rural District. It was originally known just as Newark: the name was changed by the council effective 1 April 1995.
Newark and Sherwood Homes is a non-profit making company that is owned by Newark and Sherwood District Council and so it does not pay dividends to any shareholders. It will provide the landlord housing service to tenants whilst properties remain in the ownership of the Council. Responsibility for managing over 5,500 council homes in Newark and Sherwood transferred from Newark and Sherwood District Council to Newark and Sherwood Homes on 1st November 2004, along with over 160 staff from the Council’s Housing Services Department.
Website: Newark and Sherwood Homes
Newport City Homes (NCH) provides services to over 10,000 residents, leaseholders and shared owners in the city of Newport. Established in 2009, after Newport City Council transferred its housing stock to the new organisation, Newport City Homes have a passion for providing quality homes and services by investing in people, places and partnerships.
North East Derbyshire District Council is a local government district in Derbyshire, England. It borders the districts of Chesterfield,Bolsover, Amber Valley and Derbyshire Dales in Derbyshire, and Sheffield and Rotherham in South Yorkshire.
The council’s head office was originally based outside the district, in the town of Chesterfield, which the district surrounds on three sides, and thus acts as the shopping and work centre for much of the district. However the council relocated to District Council Offices, Mill Lane, Wingerworth, within its own administrative area, in April 2015.
The district was formed on 1 April 1974 under the Local Government Act 1972. It was a merger of the Clay Cross and Dronfield urban districts along with all but one parish of Chesterfield Rural District
From 5th January 2015, Northampton Partnership Homes (NPH) have been managing the provision of all the housing services of Northampton Borough Council (NBC) related to its own stock. With their ‘Aim High and Deliver’ values at heart, NPH provide homes which enable people to live happy and healthy lives in enriched communities.
Nottingham City Council play a big part in providing housing services for the est. 35,000 social housing properties within Nottingham. Building new homes, tackling fuel poverty and providing job and training opportunities for young people are among the top priorities at Nottingham City Council.
Nottingham City Homes is the Arms Length Management Organisation (ALMO) that manages Nottingham City Council’s rented and leasehold homes. It became operational on 1st April 2005. Nottingham City Homes are responsible for the day to day management of approximately 29,500 homes and looks after services such as rent collection and the management of tenancies. They are also responsible for looking after an additional 1,000 leasehold properties.
Website: Nottingham City Homes
NCHA is one of the largest locally-based housing associations in the East Midlands, employing nearly 800 staff, managing nearly 7,000 properties and housing 10,000 tenants across Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire, Leicestershire, Lincolnshire, Rutland, Northamptonshire and Warwickshire. Founded in 1973 by former Chief Executive Andrew Malone, OBE, NCHA has evolved continuously and now works with 27 local authorities. Based at the Head Office on Pelham Road in Nottingham, NCHA has regional housing offices in Nottingham, Ollerton, Leicester and Northampton.
As one of the leading new universities in the UK, we provide our students with first-class learning and teaching facilities.
Since 2004 over £350million has been invested into Nottingham Trent University and the implementation of this has seen dramatic changes to our three campuses.
PA Housing provide housing across the Midlands, London and the South East offering a range of housing solutions from affordable rent, independent living to shared ownership for those in need.
With a combined experience of over 40 years, PA Housing now manage around 24,000 homes.
Pickering & Ferens Homes is a registered Housing Association & charity based in Hull & the East Riding. Their aim is to provide high quality sustainable housing for people over the age of 60.
Place Partnership delivers effective property, facilities and energy management solutions, tailored to their customer requirements. Their aim is to maximise value and achieve significant operational efficiencies from land and property assets. They also promote regeneration by creating long term partnerships that boost regional economic growth. Managing a portfolio of 1300 assets across 6 public sector authorities, Place Partnership create value from the real estate solutions they deliver.
Progress Housing Group manage nearly 11,000 homes and have been delivering housing and related services for over 20 years. Progress operate mainly in Lancashire, but provide Supported Living homes for people with a learning disability nationwide, as well as accommodation for keyworkers in Lincolnshire. Progress also manage two women’s refuges and three supported schemes for people facing homelessness.
Rockingham Forest Housing has gone from strength to strength since their formation in 1992 but they have remained close to their customers and the compact nature of their area of operation has enabled them to maintain close control over the quality of the services they provide.
Rockingham Forest Housing own and manage stock in 6 local authority districts; East Northamptonshire, Wellingborough, Kettering, Daventry, Northampton and Corby, including shared ownership properties and market rented properties.
Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council is the local authority of the Metropolitan Borough of Rotherham in South Yorkshire. The council was created by the Local Government Act 1972.
Rushcliffe is a local government district with borough status in Nottinghamshire, England. Its council is based in West Bridgford. It was formed on 1 April 1974 by merging the West Bridgford Urban District, the Bingham Rural District and part of Basford Rural District.
Rykneld Homes is responsible for the management, maintenance and improvement of over 8,100 properties and the neighbourhoods in which they are located on behalf of North East Derbyshire District Council.
Sandwell Metropolitan Borough Council was created in 1974 to administer the newly formed Metropolitan Borough of Sandwell, in the West Midlands county of England.
South Cambridgeshire District Council is the local authority for the district of South Cambridgeshire in Cambridgeshire, England. Based in Cambourne, it forms the lower part of the two tier system of local government in the district, below Cambridgeshire County Council. The district was formed in 1973 under the Local Government Act 1972 and took over powers from the former Chesterton Rural District and South Cambridgeshire Rural District on 1 April 1974.
South Derbyshire is a local government district in Derbyshire, England. It contains a third of the National Forest, and the council offices are in Swadlincote.
The district was formed on 1 April 1974 as a merger of the Swadlincote urban district along with Repton Rural District and part of South East Derbyshire Rural District.
SEC are a not for profit organisation delivering efficiency savings to the South East public sector including social housing providers, local authorities, education and health related organisations. Their members now collectively manage over 170,000 properties.
South Holland is a local government district of Lincolnshire. The district council is based in Spalding.
It was formed on 1 April 1974, under the Local Government Act 1972, as a merger of the Spalding urban district with East Elloe Rural District and Spalding Rural District. All these were previously in the administrative county of Holland.
South Holland borders the borough of Boston to the north, The Wash and the county of Norfolk to the east, the county of Cambridgeshire and Peterborough unitary authority to the south, the Lincolnshire district of South Kesteven to the west, and the district of North Kesteven to the north-west.
The 86th Member to join EEM is the Homeless Foundation. The main objective of the Homeless Foundation is: “to relieve, either individually or generally, persons who are in conditions of need, hardship or distress on a National basis”.
Dedicated to transforming ‘homes, lives and neighbourhoods’ across East Staffordshire and South Derbyshire, Trent & Dove oversee over 5,700 homes, ranging from sheltered accommodation to family homes.
Tuntum Housing Association are a Nottingham based social business providing housing and support services for people on low incomes. They are one of the East Midland’s fastest growing and most innovative housing associations, with over 1,100 homes in management and development.
Viridian Housing are a housing association providing social housing to over 30,000 residents spanning across London and the south east, the Midlands and West Sussex.
They have around 16,000 homes and work in partnership with local authorities, organisations and residents to create safe, sustainable communities. We aim to support our residents and help them to make the most of opportunities in their lives
Wales & West provide top quality homes and services for 17,000 people of all ages across Wales. They’re always looking to grow and offer even better products and services to an expanding customer base to both individuals and businesses.
These include emergency alarms, telecare and out of hours service as well as our established mortgage rescue scheme under which they’ve already ‘saved’ 50 homeowners from repossession.
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Walsall Council is a Metropolitan Borough Local Authority in the West Midlands with around 11,000 employees (including education). Part of the Black Country group of local government authorities to the north and west of Birmingham. 240,000 population, 20 wards and 60 elected members (currently no overall control).
Owning and managing around 19,000 properties across Walsall, WHG provide affordable, good quality homes and community-based services to the local community.
Since formation in 2003, WHG have invested over £400 million in their homes and have developed a range of services that go beyond their traditional role as a landlord.
Wandsworth Borough Council are committed to delivering and improving housing in the London Borough of Wandsworth. The council have pledged to deliver 18,000 new homes over the next ten years.
Waterloo Housing Group provide and build social housing and affordable new homes across the Midlands and Lincolnshire and manage more than 26,000 homes across central England, from the Welsh Borders to the Wash.
Wellingborough Homes is a not for profit housing association which has a five-year corporate plan underpinned by six strategic objectives, to:
West Lancashire Borough Council’s aim is to deliver housing that meets the needs of local people and to promote the value of the economy, the environment and the health and well-being of the community.
Westworks are a Collaborative Group of Housing Associations Local authorities and charities, based in the South and Southwest region of England and Wales, Who work together to achieve better value through the potential extra buying power and influence in the market place.
Established in 2007, Westworks provides solutions that aim to achieve value and quality that exceeds that which can be individually negotiated, resulting in cost savings with the added incentive of internal (mini-tender) competition. Their members now manage approximately 200,000 properties
Worcestershire Acute Hospitals NHS Trust provide a wide range of services to a population of more than 550,000 people in Worcestershire as well as caring for patients from surrounding counties and further afield.
Are an Arms Length Management Organisation (ALMO) responsible for managing council homes on behalf of Newcastle City Council. They were set up in 2004 to manage council properties, to improve housing in order to meet the Government’s Decent Homes standard, and to provide a range of support services for Newcastle City Council.
They currently manage:
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