International Friendship Day 2020 at Housing 21
International Day of Friendship celebrates the shared spirit of human solidarity. Here we share some of the wonderful friendships across our schemes at Housing 21.
S&P Rating Review - July 2020
On 24 July 2020, S&P affirmed the long-term issuer rating of Housing 21 at ‘A’ with a stable outlook.
Housing 21 Annual Report and Financial Statements 2019/20
Our Annual Report and Financial Statements for the financial year 2019 - 2020 are now available.
Blog: Construction in lockdown
Steve Hogben, Head of Construction, discusses what effect lockdown has had on construction for Housing 21, and the ways they have persevered to ensure that projects near completion, and how they continue to persevere through this unprecedented time.
New Extra Care development in Filey is named
Progress on a new Extra Care Living development in Filey is pushing forwards after receiving the green light from government. The new Housing 21 development for people over the age of 55 is under construction on Filey Fields Farm off Scarborough Road.
Show home opens at new Yatton Extra Care development
Staff at Strawberry Gardens, a new Housing 21 Extra Care development on Moorhen Road, off Arnold’s Way, has celebrated the official opening of its show home.
New Extra Care development is named after vaccine inventor
Progress has now been made on the name of the extra care scheme in Lyde Green, which is set to be called ‘Edward Jenner Court’ after developers took inspiration from Edward Jenner who invented the small pox vaccine in the 1700s.
New Extra Care development reduces isolation during lockdown
Jane Edwards, Housing and Care Manager, has been supporting those awaiting their move to Extra Care development Box Tree Court, by circulating quizzes and competitions and ensuring social care assessments are done safely using video technology.
Birmingham’s first co-housing projects underway
Birmingham City Council, in partnership with Housing 21, a leading not-for-profit provider of housing and care for older people of modest means, has identified land in Lozells and Saltley to provide the city’s first co-housing projects for older people.