As a specialist-housing provider and landlord, we provide Supported Housing for vulnerable people. This means we provide both housing and additional personalised support to enable people to live as independently as possible in their community.
Our property types
Ways our properties are used
How to access our housing
People needing Supported Housing should approach their local council who can make a referral to us. As we provide Supported Housing, people referred to us need to have identified support needs. Once someone is referred, we will make contact to discuss their housing and support needs and, if they meet the criteria, arrange for them to view a property.
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Developing more Supported Housing
We are committed to doing what we can to address the housing crisis and to develop more Supported Housing in Sussex.
Over the next five years (2018-2023), we plan to invest £4.3million to build more homes.
In 2018-19 we are:
- Developing six specialist units of Supported Living accommodation in Brighton for people with learning disabilities and complex behavioural needs. The homes are due to be completed in 2019.
- Working with local authorities across Sussex to identify new accommodation options for people ‘moving on’ from homelessness.
- Purchasing at least 10 units of accommodation across Sussex for use as Supported Housing.
For more information on our housing or to discuss opportunities to develop Supported Housing in Sussex please contact our Director of Housing, Jim Aspdin, using the details below.