Our Neighbourhood Awards 2018 are now open for entry! With seven categories to choose from, the winners will share £1,000 worth of garden vouchers!
Every year for the next five years we promise to invest up to £100,000 in our communities via our new fund - find out more and apply for funding today!
Red Kite has been nationally recognised as a fantastic place to work after coming in at number 80 in The Sunday Times Top 100
Read about our development plans and take a look at planning applications, drawings and proposals for sites across the Wycombe district
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.
In 2017 Zanna Maison graduated from our 12 week Red Kite Business Start Up workshop run by Enterprise Cube, and has since started her luxury mobile massage business Neroli and Co. Speaking with Zanna recently, she shared her experience of the course and how to tackle the fear factor of starting your own business.
Our current repairs contract is about to expire so after looking at customer feedback and holding a series of discussions our tenants made the decision, backed by the Board, to explore alternatives with small to medium enterprises
In February 2018, we announced the set-up of a brand new housing company, Twenty11, that will be a sector-first organisation offering homes with rent levels that are based on a person’s individual ability to pay
With tasks ranging from painting to spreading horse muck on the roses staff at Red Kite got stuck in to their Community Morning on Wednesday 9th May 2018!
Some would have us believe that it’s all or nothing - either build only social housing, or sell out on your purpose. Some commentators unnecessarily argue this point from political or ideological perspectives, but this hinders the debate rather than moving it on. Ultimately, whatever your opinion, we are all talking about people, their needs and those of their family – not ideology.
Since I last posted, it has been all systems go at Red Kite, with loads of activity in and around our communities!
Amy, our new Engagement and Events Co-ordinator, blogs about what our Community Investment team has been up to.
Our future as housing providers has never looked more interesting - find out why.