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Crown Simmons Housing Getting Better, Stronger, Smarter with New Annual Report

On 26 September 2017 we held our Annual General Meeting at our office in Esher. At the meeting the financial statements for 2016/2017 were formally adopted and we also launched our 2017 Annual Report and Value for Money statement. Our financial highlights for the year: Crown Simmons delivered an increased surplus of £477,253. This was Read more »

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Highbury View homes now served by local housing association in Islington

On November 20, 2017, Crown Simmons Housing transferred ownership of the homes at Highbury View in Islington to Barnsbury Housing Association (BHA). Crown Simmons Housing commissioned Stock Rationalisation specialists Faithorn Farrell Timms LLP to undertake a comprehensive marketing process to identify a suitable new landlord, involving both staff and residents in the process. BHA currently Read more »

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Value for Money Statement for 2017

Crown Simmons Housing’s 2017 Value for Money self-assessment has now been published. The Board is tasked with producing an annual self-assessment that sets out in a way that is transparent and accessible to stakeholders how we are achieving value for money in delivering our purpose and objectives. This will be published on our website by 30th Read more »

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Crown Simmons Housing joins national campaign day to celebrate supported housing

Crown Simmons Housing is highlighting the contribution supported housing makes to London and Surrey as part of today’s Starts at Home day. Starts at Home, now in its second year and run by the National Housing Federation, celebrates how supported housing helps hundreds of thousands of vulnerable people regain their independence and confidence. Housing associations provide a Read more »

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Stepping up to deliver 152,000 homes

Crown Simmons Housing’s new homes are part of 88,000 being built by PlaceShapers in the next five years. PlaceShapers is a network of more than 100 community focused housing associations. More than 25% of people who live in a housing association home in England live in a PlaceShapers network home and more than two million people use Read more »

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