Reside talking to Progress Housing Group

Wednesday, 10 February 2021

We are announcing that Reside and Progress Housing Associations are in the early stages of exploring a potential merger. Both are fantastic organisations. They have excellent reputations, provide high quality services to their customers and combining our supported living portfolios and staff teams could create a formidable new force in the supported living sector. Progress…

An improved rating for Reside

Wednesday, 16 December 2020

It’s with great pleasure that we can share the news that the Regulator for Social Housing (RSH) has awarded us with an upgraded governance rating in a regulatory judgement. We received an overall governance and financial viability rating of G1, V2 following a rigorous assessment by the RSH. G1 is the top governance rating, and…

Ensuring gas safety for vulnerable tenants in lockdown

Monday, 14 September 2020

Reside Head of Compliance, Nnamdi Nwakanma explains the impact of lockdown on a vital service At Reside we are proud to be supporting Gas Safety Week 2020, taking place 14 – 20 September. Gas Safety Week raises awareness of gas safety and the importance of taking care of your gas appliances. It is coordinated by…

Choice and control is the basic principle

Monday, 17 August 2020

– by Steve Harris, Business Development Director I’m one of those people that have been “round the block”  in care, support and housing. So in recognition of the National Housing Federation’s Homes at the Heart campaign I thought it would be a good thing to reflect back on my experiences. I started my career working…

Coronavirus (Covid-19) Contingency Planning – Issue 2 – 7th April 2020

Tuesday, 21 April 2020

Dear Colleague We are writing to keep you updated on our ongoing contingency plans to ensure we offer the best possible service in these very difficult times.  I would also like to extend a huge “Thank you” to everyone for your support and understanding during this period, it’s very much appreciated. We have implemented our…

Inspirational Reside resident transforms global lockdown into heart-warming opportunity

Thursday, 26 March 2020

An inspirational Reside tenant is transforming the current global lockdown into an opportunity to develop a new skill while reaching out to people with hearing loss. Kelly-Ann Lamb, who is deaf, and her sister Natasha have started sharing a video every day – posted on YouTube and Facebook – to teach people the basics of…

Coronavirus Contingency Planning

Monday, 16 March 2020

Updated: 19th March 2020 We are writing to let you know our contingency plans for possible impacts of the Coronavirus. We have prepared plans for essential working, which prioritise resources away from any non-essential activities.  For example, we have cross-trained staff in essential tasks and have made plans to enable mobile/home working to mirror our…

Shaping the future of specialist supported housing

Wednesday, 6 November 2019

Reside is to play its part in shaping the future of supported housing in England, following our letter to the new Housing Minister. Government officials are joining us and fellow members of the Learning Disability Housing Network at our November meeting to discuss our views and concerns, to feed into an ongoing national review of…

Reside staff turn out to show support for Mental Health Awareness Week

Wednesday, 15 May 2019

Reside staff wore green as a gesture of support for the activities taking place across the country for Mental Health Awareness Week. We invited staff attending our quarterly meeting this week to wear green as part of discussions about mental health awareness being put top of the agenda.

Keys handed over to Reside for more properties to provide homes for disabled people

Tuesday, 14 May 2019

We have taken ownership of a further two properties in a block of flats in Norwich to provide specialist housing for disabled people. At Reside we work closely with support providers to ensure people with disabilities can live independently in their communities. We have already provided homes for four people in the block in Norwich…

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