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Wellingborough Homes’ biggest site to date honours French World War Two nursing heroes

On 20th March, Wellingborough Homes invited key organisations and partners to celebrate the opening of our newest and biggest affordable housing scheme to date. We were delighted to also be joined by a lady who played a significant part in the history of the site; 94-year-old Mrs Genu travelled all the way from Saint-Nazaire in…

Wellingborough Homes retains highest grades of regulatory judgements

  Wellingborough Homes are a well governed and financially strong organisation. In December 2016, we welcomed the news that we had retained the G1/V1 rating from the Homes and Communities Agency (HCA) which are the highest grades in governance and viability. For all housing providers which own a thousand social housing units or more, the…

£3 million awarded to Wellingborough Homes

100 homes to be built after £3.22 million awarded to Wellingborough Homes from the HCA. In early January 2017, we welcomed the news that Wellingborough Homes have been awarded £3.22 million. The funds were awarded from the Homes and Communities Agency under the £4.7 billion 2016 – 2021 Shared Ownership affordable housing programme. The money…

Autumn Statement 2016

Jo Savage, Chief Executive of Wellingborough Homes, welcomes the commitment in the Chancellors’ Autumn Statement 2016 of an additional £1.4 billion to provide new affordable homes. She stated: “Wellingborough Homes already has a commitment to develop 500 new homes by 2019 and has a pipeline to deliver 400 of these already. We eagerly await the…

Financial Statement 2015-2016

Our Financial Statement and our Value for Money Statement for the year 2015-2016 has been published. Foreword by Tim Davy, Wellingborough Homes Board Chairman: This has been a year of significant change and uncertainty in the housing sector. In May 2015, the new Government very quickly made a range of policy announcements which have fundamentally changed the…

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