We provide a home for 350,000 people across the country.
As well as providing homes for rent, Clarion provides supported housing for the over 55s, those with learning disabilities or mental health problems, ex-offenders and refugees.
We believe that being a social landlord is about more than bricks and mortar. We act in the interests of our residents and provide support and opportunities above and beyond simply providing a home.
During the Covid-19 pandemic we have been making tens of thousands of calls to our older residents across the country, to check how they have been doing and to see if we can provide extra help. And our charitable foundation, Clarion Futures, has provided emergency grants for programmes to support communities. This is part of a wider package of support that it offers residents – from free personalised guidance on managing money to help with finding jobs, getting training and gaining digital skills.
We answer more than one million calls from residents each year, and carry out 1,000 repairs every day to our properties.
And we work with other organisations, including the police, local councils and community groups, to improve our neighbourhoods and the quality of life for our residents.
If you would like to find out more, please visit our resident website.