AmicusHorizon given over £20.4m of grant funding to build new homes!
Published by amicushorizon for AmicusHorizon Group in Housing
AmicusHorizon has been given over £20.4m of grant funding to build new homes
AmicusHorizon has been awarded over £20.4million of grant funding which will go towards building another 689 affordable homes.
The money will help the housing provider create a further 330 homes in London and 359 homes in Kent and Sussex between 2015 and 2018.
Combining this new allocation with its current development programme, the housing association is expecting to complete more than 1,200 much needed homes by March 2018.
The funding has come from the Homes and Communities Agency (HCA) and the Greater London Authority (GLA) and is a massive vote of confidence in the growing organisation.
It makes AmicusHorizon one of the government and London Mayor’s leading partners for the delivery of new homes.
Paul Hackett, Chief Executive of AmicusHorizon, said: “We’re delighted the GLA and HCA have allocated AmicusHorizon £20.4 million for the period 2015 to 2018. We welcome the opportunity to work with the HCA, GLA and local authority partners to build on the success of our current programme. And we look forward to working with our partners to deliver schemes which meet local housing needs.”
The GLA have allocated £10.6million for homes in London, while the HCA have allocated £9.8million for homes in Kent and Sussex.
AmicusHorizon has a fantastic track record in delivering award winning customer driven services.
The organisation aims to provide more than just bricks and mortar – it strives to build homes and communities that are great places to live.
The housing association places residents at the heart of everything it does and has ambitions to be the number one large landlord in the UK by March 2016.
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