Supporting our residents through the pandemic
Following on from recent research, we have published a report outlining the actions we have taken to support our residents and address the issues they are facing as a result of the pandemic.
New social housing development in Swannington welcomes first residents
A £1.6 million social housing development by Clarion Housing Group, Britain’s biggest housing association, in the village of Swannington, Broadland, has welcomed its first residents.
Clarion statement on ITV News report
On the 22nd April, ITV News broadcast a feature on housing conditions, which included the experiences of a Clarion resident in Walthamstow. The programme only aired a very brief reply on behalf of Clarion Housing Group, so we have decided to publish our full statement.
Impact of Covid-19 on Clarion residents - Summary update
Following its 2020 report, Clarion has published a summary update of how Clarion Housing residents are experiencing life during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Clarion Housing Group and NatWest announce £100m sustainability-linked loan
The UK’s largest provider of affordable housing, Clarion Housing Group, announced it has recently secured a new £100 million credit facility provided by NatWest. The facility is structured as a sustainability-linked loan (SLL) where the margin is linked to Clarion achieving certain Social Key Performance Indicators (Social KPI). The facility is also Clarion’s first SONIA linked facility.
Clarion welcomes new Board member Doris Olulode
Clarion Housing Group is pleased to announce the appointment of Doris Olulode to its Group Board, Housing Association Board and Remuneration and Nominations Committee, with effect from 2 April 2021.
Winners of the third William Sutton Prize announced
The winners of the third William Sutton Prize - Ecomotive & SNUG Homes and The Hackney School of Food - have been announced at an awards ceremony which took place virtually on 25 March.
Clarion and local authority partners secure funding to make social homes greener and cheaper to run
Fenland District Council and Tonbridge & Malling Borough Council have successfully secured £4.5million of funding as part of a pilot £50million Government project to improve the energy efficiency of social housing.