We're a not-for-profit organisation - we have no shareholders. But because we're committed to doing everything we can to tackle the housing shortage, we run a wide range of commercial, profit-making projects and schemes to pay for new affordable homes and services for the people we house and care for.
Since 2011 we have delivered more than 1,500 new affordable homes and we plan to build 3,600 more by 2019 to help meet the housing shortage. We offer a wide range of housing options including homes for social rent in partnership with local councils as well as homes for affordable rent, shared ownership, private rent and private sale.
We are a member of the g15 group of London housing associations.
We're also London’s largest provider of care, support, housing and services to people with complex needs.
We are largely self-funding. We build and sell new homes on the open market or rent them out commercially to raise funds that we then re-invest in affordable homes and projects that support people to live rewarding and independent lives.
We work hard to make a positive difference to our residents' lives by promoting aspiration, independence and well-being through a range of training and support services.