Update on the Eastfields Estate
Clarion Housing Group is committed to being open and transparent in all that we do. That is why, when the unacceptable housing conditions experienced by some residents on our Eastfields Estate came to light we resolved to carry out an urgent investigation into what had gone wrong and report its findings.
Clarion and Merton finalise plans for regeneration of Eastfields, High Path and Ravensbury
The final plans for Clarion Housing Group’s £1.3bn regeneration project in the London Borough of Merton have been granted approval by the Council’s Cabinet.
Clarion joins forces with London’s Violence Reduction Unit and other housing associations to deliver targeted support for young people
Clarion Housing Group has announced a new partnership with London’s Violence Reduction Unit (VRU) and eight other housing associations that will work with communities to identify and put in place projects to drive down violence.
Clarion Housing Group raises £300m 30-year sustainable bond
Clarion Housing Group has raised £300 million in a 30-year sustainable bond issue. The 30 year bond was priced at a coupon of 1.875 per cent and was significantly oversubscribed, with over £1 billion in orders.
Clarion Housing Group named as new Strategic Partner for Homes England and commits to 2,000 new affordable homes for London
Clarion Housing Group has been named as a new Strategic Delivery Partner by Homes England, and the Greater London Authority has announced it will provide £240 million in grant to support Clarion in delivering 2,000 new affordable homes in London between 2021-26.
First Clarion homes upgraded as part of Social Housing Decarbonisation Fund demonstrator project
The funds are being used to significantly upgrade 115 of the most energy inefficient Clarion homes in Fenland and Tonbridge and Malling, which currently have an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) rating of D or below.
Latest research tracks the ongoing impact of the pandemic on Clarion residents
Clarion has conducted a follow-up study looking at the ongoing impact of the pandemic on the lives of residents, after our initial report last autumn revealed how they had fared during the early stages of the crisis.
The Clarion Index 2020
Even in normal circumstances, it’s vital for Clarion to know and understand our residents so we can target our services and make sure our offer meets their needs.
Report uncovers Clarion resident experiences during the pandemic
We are pleased to be able to share our report about how Clarion residents have managed during the coronavirus pandemic and resulting lockdown.
The Clarion Index 2019
Every year we talk to a representative sample of 2,000 residents for 20 minutes about a broad range of topics, such as their community, wellbeing, finances, employment and internet usage.
The Clarion Index 2018
Every year, we ask 2,000 of our residents for 20 minutes of their time to tell us about themselves, their lives and their experiences. We publish the results of this survey as The Index, and the findings inform every area of our business, allowing us to target resources, measure the impact of different programmes of work and tailor our communications.