Clarion opens the door to its first residents at Sherwood Close
The first residents at a multi million pound regeneration project in west London have moved into their new affordable homes.
Clarion statement on the future of the Sutton Estate
The Sutton Estate is an integral part of the community in Kensington and Chelsea and securing its future has long been a priority for Clarion Housing Group. We are writing today to provide an update on the future of the estate and to reaffirm our commitment to working together with Kensington and Chelsea Council to meet local housing need.
Clarion delivers 35 new affordable homes in Hertfordshire
Residents have moved into their new affordable homes at a development in Hertfordshire, which gained national recognition for the quality of its design and construction.
Applications open for second year of Clarion Housing Group’s William Sutton Prize
Following the success of the inaugural William Sutton Prize, Clarion Housing Group has today announced that applications are open for the second year of the scheme.
Clarion’s £1 billion regeneration in Merton progresses
Plans for a £1bn regeneration scheme in the London Borough of Merton moved a step forward with the submission of two further detailed planning applications.
Clarion Futures supports record 4,000 people into employment
Clarion Futures, the charitable foundation of Clarion Housing Group, has announced that it supported 4,009 people into employment between April 2018 and 2019.
Clarion publishes new corporate strategy
Clarion Housing Group has published its new corporate strategy which sets out how it will deliver on its mission to provide good quality, affordable homes and neighbourhoods to people inadequately served by the market.
HouseProud Pledge scheme champions LGBTQ+ residents
A new HouseProud Pledge scheme designed to ensure Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Queer residents are able to enjoy their homes without fear of discrimination is being launched by HouseProud, of which Clarion Housing Group is a founding member, and the University of Surrey on Friday 17 May, the International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia.