Some of our Clients
Due to the confidential nature of our assignments, it would be inappropriate to publish case studies of our work.
Our client base covers both large and small organisations and a variety of assignment types and purposes. Some of these have kindly permitted us to use their names as below:
Stonewater is a leading social housing provider, with a mission to deliver good quality, affordable homes to people who need them most. Stonewater manages around 33,600 homes in England for over 75,000 customers, including affordable properties for general rent, shared ownership and sale, alongside specialist accommodation such as retirement and supported living schemes for older and vulnerable people, domestic abuse refuges, a dedicated LGBTQ+ Safe Space, and young people’s foyers.
"Following the merger with Family Mosaic in June 2017, the Peabody Group now owns and manages more than 55,000 homes across London and the South East, housing over 111,000 residents."
"Wandle proudly supports people across south London who need a home – it is why [they] were formed in 1967, and why [they] exist today. Since then [they] have grown into an organisation with over 7,000 homes across nine south London boroughs and almost 200 staff."
Croydon Churches Housing
Founded in 1967 as Croydon Churches Housing Association, ccha owns and manages over 1500 homes in Croydon, Bromley, Sutton and Merton. Founded to meet the need for housing in the community, ccha aspires to build more quality homes and provide excellent customer care.
Notting Hill Genesis Housing
"Notting Hill Genesis (NHG) works in the community, providing homes for lower-income households. One of the largest housing associations in London and the south-east, providing homes for around 170,000 people in some 55,000 properties across the capital and a further 9,000 in the home counties and East Anglia."
SAHA started developing housing and services in 1959. As a wholly controlled subsidiary of The Salvation Army, SAHA have grown into a specialist provider of support and accommodation across England. SAHA currently own approximately 4100 units of accommodation and work across 86 Local Authority areas. As well as directly managing its accommodation SAHA also works with managing agents, demonstration SAHA’s commitment to partnership working for the benefit of local communities.
In October 2018 Metropolitan and Thames Valley Housing Association formally completed a partnership to form Metropolitan Thames Valley, and they provide housing at different levels of affordability for people living in London, the South East, East Midlands and East of England as well as a range of care and support services.
A member of the National Housing Federation and the g15 – which represents London’s largest housing associations – Metropolitan Thames Valley are building more homes to address the national shortage of affordable housing.
In addition to specialist care services, Metropolitan Thames Valley deliver training programmes, events and activities for their residents, designed to boost employment opportunities and foster stronger communities.