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.
Clarion Housing Group's response to the Government's draft National Planning Policy Framework
Hear what Austen Reid, Group Development Director for Clarion Housing Group, had to say in response to the Government's draft National Planning Policy Framework.
Help is at hand for first time buyers
Clarion Housing will be attending this weekend’s Help to Buy Show (Sussex) to help first time buyers who are looking to get on the property ladder.
Residents invited to view plans for £22m Plymouth estate revamp
Residents have been invited to view regeneration plans for new homes and green spaces at Barne Barton which will go on display on 2 and 3 May ahead of a planning application being submitted to Plymouth Council.
Clarion Housing Group more than doubles its investment in new homes
Clarion Housing Group has increased its total capital investment in new homes from £196 million to £427 million , an increase of almost 120 percent and grown its development pipeline to 14,000 homes at 31st March.
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.