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Thrive Homes raises over £100,000,000 of bond funding
The funds raised will help Thrive invest back into the communities in which it operates by enabling the professional landlord and developer to provide more affordable housing in some of the country’s most desirable regions.
Recipients announced for Thrive GIVE's community grants
Thrive Homes has announced five recipients of this year’s Thrive GIVE community grant fund.
Thrive Homes Finance Plc secures funding for the delivery of new affordable homes
On Monday 2 August 2021, Thrive Homes Finance Plc secured over £106m of funding to support the delivery of new homes for Thrive Homes.
Your latest email newsletter: August 2021
In our August 2021 email update, hear from Jo Barrett, our Executive Director of Operations and catch up on the latest Question Time findings, complaints audit outcomes and important advice about the gas safety of your home.
Thrive Homes’ Assistant Development Director named Disability and Access Ambassador for Housing
Vanessa Dockerill, Thrive Homes’ Assistant Development Director has today been announced as the Housing Disability and Access Ambassador for the Cabinet Office Disability Unit.
IFF has updated their telephone number with immediate effect
Our customer satisfaction research partner, IFF, has updated the telephone number they will ring customers from with immediate effect
An update about your grounds maintenance service
An update from Jo Barrett, Executive Director Operations, about your grounds maintenance service and the changes we are making.
Strong partnerships key to tackling anti-social behaviour
As the UK launches its first Anti-Social Behaviour (ASB) Awareness Week, Thrive Homes Customer Relations Team Leader Adrian Anstee highlights the importance of working with partners to keep our residents and communities happy and safe.
Thrive Customers are continuing to be listened to and heard
During the planning of roofing works, customers expressed concerns that the project would negatively impact swifts who were nesting under the eaves of their roofs on Middleton Road, an area of Mill End, Rickmansworth.