Futures Housing Group has launched a new corporate plan, which sets out its future objectives, including its ambition to build and acquire 900 new homes by 2023.
Futures, which already has 10,000 homes within the East Midlands, says it is focusing on its key objectives of customer-centricity, growth and development, sustainability, and culture in its plan for 2020-23.
It says its overall vision is to deliver more great places, great services, and great tomorrows for local people.
In addition to providing more affordable homes for local people, Futures is aiming to embrace digital technologies to provide a better, more streamlined service to customers, take steps to improve energy efficiency, and reduce its environmental impact.
Ceri Theobald, group director of Strategic Partnerships and Growth, said: “We believe that everyone deserves a safe, affordable, and high-quality place to call home, and that’s why we’re planning to grow by 900 new homes over the next three years.
“We’re keen to work with more partners to achieve our growth plans, and that’s why this year’s corporate plan has a key focus on partnerships and building relationships.”
About Futures Housing Group
Futures was formed in 2007 by merging two Midlands-based organisations – Amber Valley Housing and Daventry and District Housing – both large-scale voluntary stock transfers of social housing from local councils.
The not-for-profit social landlord owns several other companies: Limehouse, Futures’ commercial development company; Beep Assist, its independent living service; and Access Training, an apprenticeships and traineeships provider, which Futures co-owns with Nottingham Community Housing Association.
Futures says it plans to focus on the key development locations of Leicestershire, Northamptonshire, and Derbyshire over the next three years.
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