• Young people taking part in the streetdance project during the summer holidays, which was part-funded by Letchworth Garden City Heritage Foundation.

  • Our maintenance team also provides a Handyman Service to the wider community

  • When it comes to looking after George Gilbert, nothing is ever too much trouble for Michelle Philcox, our Good Neighbour of the Year winner for 2014.

  • Our Sandon scheme has six properties: two for shared ownership and four for rent. The development includes a small community park and a pond, which put the development on hold while we rehoused some crested newts!

  • "My Online Account" prize draw: Our winner, resident Richard Ogle, is presented with his computer tablet by Jon Thurlow, Resident Involvement Officer.


        All staff Staff Conference 2015

At 104 years old, we are one of the UK’s oldest housing associations.

We manage over 1,600 homes within a 25-mile radius of Letchworth Garden City, including nearly 200 homes in rural areas of Hertfordshire and Bedfordshire.

We have a strong commitment to building and strengthening communities, while also supporting our residents.

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Click here for more information about how to register for housing, and to find out how we work in partnership with North Herts District Council and North Herts Homes to provide good quality rented and shared ownership properties (through the Home4u scheme) for people who are unable to rent or buy privately. 


Latest News

  1. Join us on our Estate Walkabouts

    Click here for dates and times for your street.  Some Walkabouts will be taking place in evenings or on Saturdays.

  2. Short Term Sheltered Scheme Tenancies

    We will soon have some short term tenancies available at one of our Sheltered Schemes.

    For more information, click here.

  3. Youth Work Opportunity

    Are you interested in an opportunity that could lead to a career in youth work? 

    To find out more, click here.

  4. Short courses for residents

    We are offering a series of skills courses for residents over the next six months,  including beginners and 'next steps' computer courses,  first aid and food hygiene and early years in childcare.  For more details click here

  5. Value for money statement available

    Our annual value for money statement and Board report are now available within our financial statements which can be found by clicking here.

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