All about us
We're a tenant-led, not for profit, charitable housing association and we own and manage more than 6,700 homes in the Wycombe District. Our tenants and leaseholders are our customers and have an important role in making sure that we keep to the promises that were made when we were formed and we signed the Housing Transfer Offer Document.
We are a social landlord and do all the things you would expect us to do, but there is a lot more to us...
To realise the potential in our communities. Read our full Corporate Journey here.
We cannot achieve our purpose alone or as individuals acting alone. We want to work with others who share our purpose and values. Our customers, volunteers and staff work together to achieve success.
We value everyone and seek to enable every individual to realise their potential.
We strive always to be the best we can, learning from our mistakes and celebrating our successes
In an ever-changing world, standing still is not an option. We constantly seek out new and better ways of achieving our purpose. We use our creativity to drive innovation and deliver our objectives.
Our homes are mainly on estates in the urban centres of High Wycombe, Princes Risborough and Marlow, with others on estates in rural areas such as Lane End, Stokenchurch and Bourne End. We have a number of sheltered housing schemes which are located across the district.
Just like any other organisation, we work within a set of rules to make sure we do business properly. These business rules set out the framework for an organisation so that it works in line with the law and takes into account the legal obligations it has.
Read our rules here: Red Kite Community Housing Rules.
In June 2016, we held a Special General Meeting to adopt this set of rules, minutes of which you can read here: Special General Meeting minutes 8th June 2016
Housing Transfer Offer
When we first became Red Kite, we made a number of promises about what we would do as a housing association - these were outlined in the original housing transfer offer document. If you'd like to find out more, you can read the Housing Transfer Offer information pack here: Housing Transfer Offer