Clarion regeneration schemes nominated for national awards
Two regeneration schemes led by Clarion Housing Group have been shortlisted for a national award.
David Orr appointed to the Clarion Housing Group Board
Clarion Housing Group is delighted to announce that David Orr will be joining the Group Board from the 1st November.
Clarion Housing Group’s response to the Letwin Review
Austen Reid, Group Director of Development for Clarion Housing Group responds to the Letwin Review.
‘Inspiring shortlist’ published for inaugural William Sutton Prize
Thirteen projects have been shortlisted for the first ever William Sutton Prize, after more than eighty applications were received over the summer.
Clarion promotes 7,500-home Norfolk settlement
Clarion Housing Group, the UK’s largest social landlord, has today unveiled plans to create a thriving new community in Honingham, Norfolk with the potential for up to 7,500 homes. The project will be Clarion’s largest and most ambitious since it formed.
Clarion Housing's response to the Green Paper for Social Housing
Over 1,000 residents completed our online survey on the Green Paper for Social Housing and we arranged roundtables and depth telephone interviews to gather views from a wide range of residents.
The Role of the Not-for-Profit Housing Sector in Addressing The Affordable Housing Challenge
An International Symposium was held at St Edmund’s College in Cambridge on 10th September 2018, which was co-sponsored by Clarion Housing Group and L&Q. The event also formed part of the European Network for Housing Research’s 30-year anniversary celebrations and received a donation from UK’s Collaborative Centre for Housing Evidence.
Building Homes, Building Trust
The unique role of housing associations in responding to the challenges of the 2020s.
Supporting our LGBTQ residents
Clarion Housing association is involved with various schemes to support our Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Questioning (LGBTQ) residents.
Affordability: A step forward
Clarion's research into the principles of and approach to setting a rent policy, ensuring levels are genuinely affordable to low income households whilst enabling us to continue to build new and maintain existing homes.