Thursday, 28 Mar 2013
Reside's Tenant Support Officer and Tenant Support Administator have been establishing themselves in their new roles over the last few months. Valerie Lord, our Tenant Support Officer worked for a number of years in property management and also for a charity and Reem Suleiman, our Tenant Support Administrator's background is in the property sector. Valerie and Reem work closely with our tenants and their care staff to support them to maintain their tenancies.
If you need to contact Valerie or Reem for support and/or information, they can be contacted via our main telephone number 020 8255 5220.
Thursday, 21 Mar 2013
Closing date is Friday 29th March 2013.
Friday, 28 Dec 2012
Reside Housing Association are pleased to announce with effect from 14th December the organisation is now a registered provider. It is a testament of our transparent and fair method of operation, gained by many years of hard endeavour and experience. This will be welcomed by all our tenants as it provides them with another level of security in these uncertain times.
Special Olympics Surrey
Friday, 30 Nov 2012
Reside is privileged to be a main sponsor of Special Olympics Surrey (SOS), the 3rd Olympic movement. To celebrate 5 years of success Reside is presenting an award to the 'Coach of the Year' at their awards evening on the 11th December. Special Olympics provides a wonderful opportunity for people with learning disabilities to partake in sport and to compete locally, nationally and internationally. If further information is required about SOS please contact us and we will be pleased to help.
Reside’s 10th Anniversary
Tuesday, 09 Oct 2012
On the 6th October, Reside celebrated 10 years of providing quality accommodation for disabled people. Staff and Trustees along with partners spent a pleasant evening dining in a local hotel.
The CEO Peter Webster took the opportunity to thank the Trustees for their governance, freely given and the staff for their professionalism and loyalty. He added “providing accommodation for some of the most vulnerable in our society is a very challenging but satisfying occupation and the good work will continue for many years to come.”