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Victory Housing Trust

Client since 2007

Victory Housing Trust is a registered charity and registered provider of affordable homes for those in housing need.  Victory owns and manages nearly 5,000 properties located across the north of Norfolk which serve as homes to over 10,000 residents.

Whilst the majority of its properties are located within the local authority area of North Norfolk, it also has properties in the local authority areas of Broadland, Kings Lynn & West Norfolk and Great Yarmouth.

Victory employs 80 people and is based in North Walsham.  The organisation has an annual turnover of £22 million and is committed to improving the communities within which it works.

Client News

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NINE COMMUNITY GROUPS CELEBRATE £21,655 WINDFALL

21st May 2018

Nine community groups across north Norfolk are celebrating a combined £21,655 windfall, following the latest round of grants from the...

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STAFF AT NORTH NORFOLK EMPLOYER BENEFIT FROM WEEK OF MENTAL HEALTH AND WELLBEING ACTIVITIES

20th May 2018

A north Norfolk employer laid on a whole week’s worth of activities and support for its staff to mark Mental...

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NEW TEAM TO HELP SOCIAL HOUSING RESIDENTS INTO EMPLOYMENT

1st Apr 2018

North Norfolk’s largest social landlord has created a new team to help its residents find employment and ensure they have...

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INNOVATIVE NORTH NORFOLK ADULT LEARNING PROJECT CELEBRATES SUCCESSFUL FIRST SIX MONTHS

25th Mar 2018

A group of north Norfolk learners are celebrating the six month anniversary of an innovative project designed to help adults...

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VICTORY STAFF VOLUNTEERS GET STUCK INTO BEACH CLEAN-UP

19th Mar 2018

Eight members of staff from a north Norfolk housing association have spent a day helping to clean up a local...

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CASH BOOST FOR NORTH NORFOLK COMMUNITY TRANSPORT FROM VICTORY HOUSING TRUST

18th Mar 2018

North Norfolk’s community transport charity has received a £10,000 boost from the area’s largest social landlord as it seeks to...

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VICTORY HOUSING TRUST TAKES THE LEAD IN BRINGING TOGETHER DOG OWNERS

21st Feb 2018

North Norfolk dog owners have the chance to meet other dog owners and their furry friends in a series of...

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NEW AFFORDABLE HOMES HANDED OVER IN NARBOROUGH

5th Feb 2018

The keys have been handed over to eight brand new affordable homes in Narborough – the first phase of a...

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£17,500 UP FOR GRABS IN LATEST GRANTS ROUND OF VICTORY HOUSING COMMUNITY FUND

29th Jan 2018

Community groups across north Norfolk are being invited to bid for a share of a £17,500 pot of money, with...

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THIRTEEN NEW AFFORDABLE HOMES HANDED OVER IN FAKENHAM

29th Jan 2018

Thirteen new affordable homes in Fakenham will soon be occupied after the keys were handed over to Victory Housing Trust...

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WORK STARTS ON SIX NEW AFFORDABLE HOMES IN STALHAM

21st Dec 2017

Work has started to build six new affordable homes in Stalham, converting a derelict garage site into six family homes.

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KEY HANDOVER BRINGS UP A DOUBLE CENTURY OF NEW AFFORDABLE HOMES IN 2017 FOR VICTORY HOUSING TRUST

18th Dec 2017

North Norfolk’s largest social landlord is celebrating building 200 new affordable homes in a year for the first time ever.

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