Clarion Housing Group’s approach to fire safety, June 2018
As a responsible landlord, we are committed to providing quality homes that are safe for people to live in. Our comprehensive fire safety strategy places emphasis on the long-term safety of our buildings to protect residents.
Latimer to ramp up development programme across the North West
Latimer, part of Clarion Housing Group, has today announced that it will step up its development output in the North West after agreeing to buy a 165-home site in Sandbach, Cheshire.
Latimer acquires nine acre site in Cranleigh for 54 new homes
Latimer has announced that it will develop 54 new homes in Surrey working with Thakeham Homes. Latimer has secured the nine acre site in Cranleigh, near Guildford that will deliver 38 homes for private sale, nine homes for shared ownership and seven homes for affordable rent on the land off Elmbridge Road.
Clarion Housing Group launches ‘William Sutton Prize’ to champion innovation for social good
Clarion Housing Group has today launched the inaugural William Sutton Prize, with a prize fund of up to £20,000 on offer for individuals or organisations presenting a new concept, service or idea that can make a positive social impact on a community.
Clarion Housing Group raises £80,000 for The Darel Bryan Foundation
Clarion Housing Group has raised £80,000 for brain tumour research in just one year in memory of colleague Darel Bryan, who tragically passed away in 2016 aged just 34.
Affordability: A step forward
Clarion's research into the principles of and approach to setting a rent policy, ensuring levels are genuinely affordable to low income households whilst enabling us to continue to build new and maintain existing homes.
The Wellbeing Value of Tackling Homelessness
Clarion has supported research undertaken by HACT and Simetrica which breaks new ground in exploring key issues around homelessness.
Our retrofit research project
In 2010 we started a three year retrofit research project called FutureFit, which worked with 150 Affinity Sutton homes and residents delivering combinations of low carbon refurbishment works and energy lifestyle advice.
Study with the Cambridge Centre for Housing and Planning Research
Learn more about our findings from our 'Bridging the Affordability Gap' report.
Nine out of ten residents want benefit paid to landlord
The overwhelming majority of social housing residents would prefer to have their housing benefit paid direct to their landlord so that they felt secure in their home, according to new research.