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Asprey have an established prestigious client base of housing associations, public sector organisations and charities across the UK.


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Following the merger with Family Mosaic in June 2017, the Peabody Group now owns and manages more than 66,000 homes across London and the South East, housing over 111,000 residents

As 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

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

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 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

Notting Hill Genesis 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

A merger of Optivo and Southern Housing Group, to form Southern Housing has created one of the top five largest Housing Associations in England, managing around 77,000 homes and serving 167,000 residents across London, the South East, the Midlands and the Isle of Wight.  Southern Housing has chosen Asprey’s AspireBI Solution to assist with the strategic management of its portfolio.


Leeds Federated has been providing people with safe, affordable homes since 1975. The first homes they invested in were in the Arthingtons in central Leeds. They worked closely with Leeds City Council and other organisations which were concerned by the quality of homes to rent in the city at that time.  Leeds Federated are committed  to building and providing safe, affordable homes that people want to live in.  

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Housing underpins the Councils vision for Kirklees to be a district which combines a strong, sustainable economy with a great quality of life – leading to thriving communities, growing businesses, high prosperity and low inequality where people enjoy better health throughout their lives.

Kirklees offers a greater range of good quality mixed tenure housing, where people live in suitable, warm, safe and affordable homes in attractive and prosperous places and the Council currently manages around 23,000 homes.

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Founded in 1967 as the Merton Family Housing Trust, Wandle have since grown into an organisation with over 7,000 homes across nine south London boroughs.  Wandle provide homes for rent (social and affordable), shared ownership, outright sale, and supported housing and manage a small portfolio of commercial properties and garages. 

Wandle’s purpose is supporting people, across south London, who need a home and they are helping to tackle the shortage of good quality affordable housing by providing homes for people most in need of housing.

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Brighter Places was established in 2021 through the merger of United Communities and Solon South West. This launched a new phase in a proud history of social housing in Bristol and surrounding areas.


Their focus is on high quality housing as a cornerstone to unlock social, economic and health benefits within communities.  Brighter Places is managing over 3,300 homes with more than 8,000 residents and has many new projects in the pipeline.

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