We firmly believe that successful and sustainable regeneration can only be achieved through developing positive partnerships with communities, public and private sector organisations such as local authorities, new deal for communities and private developers.
In partnership with residents and local authorities we are developing new approaches for turning unpopular and deprived areas into sustainable communities.
To regenerate an area for the long term requires more than bricks and mortar. It requires a sense of ownership from the local community. As well as providing a mix of housing stock that enables people to remain in the area, it requires investment in education, health, employment, leisure and the community.
Through the use of appropriate technology and modern methods of construction, we constantly strive to make our homes more energy-efficient and cost-effective for us to build and our homeowners and tenants to run.
Creating sustainable communities is about creating places where people want to live and work, now and in the future. It is also about creating communities that will improve everyone’s quality of life. We are committed to delivering on this key Government priority and helping to ensure that the communities we are involved in support people of all ages, races, nationalities and genders and meet sustainable development principles.