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Broadland Housing Group

Client since 2019

Broadland Housing was set up in 1963 and is one of the largest traditional housing associations in Norfolk and north Suffolk.  It provides more than 5,000 homes, ranging from modern apartments and family homes to sheltered housing and ‘housing with care’ schemes.

The Group currently has an ambitious programme of 600 new homes in development.  This includes social housing, shared ownership and open market sales.

Broadland is strongly committed to support and engage with tenants, helping to develop their life opportunities.  In 2018 it was the first housing association in the region to win an In Good Company award - for its Tenancy Support team's 'Better Together' campaign to combat loneliness.

Broadland continues to 'green' its business to reduce the impact of its operations on the environment, and is SHIFT Gold-Award accredited.  In 2019 it was listed in the Top 25 housing associations in the Sunday Times Best Non-Profit Organisations to Work For.

Broadland Housing is a Placeshapers Housing Association and a member of the Homes for Cathy Group.

Client News

Trunch residents Gillian right and her mum Joan meet at the gate between their two homes by Broadland Housing

LEADING NORFOLK SOCIAL HOUSING PROVIDER CALLS FOR MORE ACTION TO TACKLE RURAL AFFORDABLE HOUSING CRISIS

4th Jul 2019

A leading Norfolk social housing provider is calling for more resources to be put into providing affordable housing in rural...

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EIGHT NEW SHARED OWNERSHIP HOMES RELEASED FOR SALE IN WATTON

31st May 2019

House-hunters are being offered the chance to get on the home-owning ladder for as little as £66,000 for a 40...

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Michael Newey left and Andrew Savage centre from Broadland Housing top out Canary Quay with James Carter of RG Carter

TRADITIONAL TOPPING-OUT CEREMONY MARKS CREATION OF 60 NEW AFFORDABLE HOMES IN NORWICH

1st May 2019

The construction of 60 new flats for social rent in the centre of Norwich has been marked by a traditional...

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