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We are absolutely thrilled to have been awarded the ‘top marks’ by our regulator, the Homes & Community Agency.
We’re pleased to announce that we’ve achieved and are maintaining 100% gas compliance across all our homes!
We are a not-for-profit, tenant-led housing association based in High Wycombe.
Whether you're joining our team of friendly staff or becoming part of our volunteering team, find out why working with us is a great decision.
As one of our customers, we offer a range of different services to you. Find out more about the different services we offer here.
Our organisation is all about people. Find out exactly what our communities mean to us.
Find out more about work we're carrying out on your home, carrying out work yourself or the improvements we've made to our homes so far.
The Department of Work and Pensions has recently announced that the benefit cap will be reduced from 7th November 2016
Active-In have two events coming up soon - and Red Kite residents can enter for half price!
Want to watch a great movie with your local community, while making a donation to charity at the same time? 'Movie on the Lawn' are bringing an outdoor screening at the Clare Charity Centre in Saunderton.
Are you aged between 10 - 18 years old and live in Marsh or Micklefield? Marsh and Micklefield Big Local want people to fill in their survey, so they can help shape the future for young people.
Our future as housing providers has never looked more interesting - find out why.
Whether they’ve come in to carry out phone surveys, to learn how to set up their own business or to sit on an interview panel to help us recruit new staff, our volunteers are a welcome everyday presence and would be hugely missed if they weren’t around.
Citizens have found their voice: A wake up call to respect and advocate for those you represent
One prominent housing leader when talking of our relationship with Government, spoke of issues falling into three areas; those important to us but not to Government, ones we can agree on and ones important to Government but not us.
When considering how we would interpret the Merger Code, there were two significant areas that we hoped to see shine through, which would be vital to community-based housing associations such as ours