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S&P Revises Thrive Homes’ outlook to ‘positive’ and 'A' ratings affirmed
We are delighted to announce that Thrive Homes has had its outlook rating revised to ‘positive’ from ‘stable’ by the rating agency S&P Global, and ‘A’ ratings affirmed on its long-term issuer credit.
Supporting International Women's Day 2022 #BreakTheBias
We agree that everyone has a role to play in forging gender parity and as an employer, we pride ourselves in creating an inclusive environment with equal opportunities.
Local homes will be warmer and more energy efficient thanks to £1.6 million government grant
Social housing residents in Three Rivers and Watford will benefit from a £1.6 million grant to make their homes more energy efficient which could help them save hundreds of pounds.
Calling all customers! Have your say on new Tenant Satisfaction Measures
The Regulator of Social Housing (RSH) wants input on a new set of questions it would like social housing landlords, like us, to ask tenants.
Cost of living and energy cap hikes
Support for customers facing fuel poverty.
Your latest email newsletter: January 2022
In our January 2022 email update, hear from Jo Barrett, our Executive Director of Operations, and catch up on the latest on a new way to have your say, service updates, rent increase, and more. Click here to read more!
Housing associations team up to provide mental health support for colleagues
Milton Keynes-based Grand Union Housing Group and Hemel Hempstead-based Thrive Homes have teamed up so that colleagues from both organisations can benefit from the support of trained mental health champions.
Thrive Homes and CBRE UK Affordable Housing Fund announce first portfolio acquisition
Thrive Homes and leading global real assets investment manager, CBRE Investment Management on behalf of their UK Affordable Housing Fund (UK AHF) have completed on their first transaction together.
Thrive's Emma Murphy joins the NHF Building Safety Group
The Group will help shape the sector’s response to the new system of building regulations proposed by government and support housing associations towards a smooth transition into a new regulatory environment, whilst ensuring the voice of residents is heard