Development - Our Approach

Home Group is one of the largest Housing Associations operating in the UK, with more than 100,000 customers living in our 54,000 homes.  We are ambitious and strive to be the best in our sector, with clear targets to grow and diversify our forward development programme.

With more than £3.5bn of assets and a turnover in excess of £350m, we are financially strong and well placed to help meet the established need for 1.8 million new homes in the UK. We are actively seeking partners with the matching drive and expertise so that we can deliver answers to Britain’s housing shortage.

We develop high quality homes and vibrant communities that are designed to last.  We have ambitious plans to build up to 2000 mixed tenure homes per year nationally, with projects ranging from large scale regeneration schemes to smaller residential schemes in rural areas.  We deliver homes using different models of delivery and by establishing partnerships and joint ventures.  

Our focus is on the quality of design to ensure each opportunity is developed to its maximum potential – creating exceptional places for people to live.  Our development team delivers affordable homes and create mixed tenure residential developments that generate value and benefit local communities.

Home Group's national portfolio reflects the aspirations of a broad range of customers encompassing large-scale mixed-use developments in towns and cities to smaller residential schemes in more rural areas, providing homes across a range of tenures.  Our role is to identify and win new development opportunities to grow new business within our regions.

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Previous issues can be viewed from the links below...

Home Group Development News - Issue 1

Find out about our new sales brand Persona, and get the latest on our exciting new development at The Channels in Chelmsford.

Issue 1