Welcome to our news section
Here you'll find all our press releases, updates and blogs. You can use the filters below to refine your search, otherwise browse our latest news!
Travis Perkins support local food banks through Thrive GIVE
As suppliers for Thrive Homes, Travis Perkins Managed Services have signed up to the Thrive GIVE Support programme by donating to four food banks across Hertfordshire and Buckinghamshire.
MCP appointed to support Thrive Homes in repairs and maintenance services
We are pleased to announce the appointment of MCP Property Services as Thrive’s reserve contractor and installer of kitchens, bathrooms and wet rooms.
Announcing Kate McLeod as new Chair of the Board
Thrive Homes has welcomed Kate McLeod as new Chair of its Board of Directors, providing the strategic direction to drive the organisation’s mission to create quality homes where people enjoy living and to ensure it continues to grow. Interim Chief Financial Officer at the Revitalise charity, Ms. McL…
A week in the life of a gas engineer
Ian Lewis shares what a week can be like as a gas engineer at Thrive Homes. From gas cylinder checks to managing cancellations due to residents with COVID symptoms.
Thrive Homes set to deliver up to 60 new homes with key Growth Arc acquisition
Thrive's latest acquisition in Winslow, Buckinghamshire will provide up to 60 new affordable homes for local people.
Why properly resourcing customer involvement is an investment not a cost
Thrive is committed to involving customers in a meaningful way at the earliest possible stage using initiatives that create an impact.
A new home for thriving Milton Keynes gymnastics centre
Proposals to build a state-of-the-art sports facility and 33 new homes, are set to be submitted to Milton Keynes Council later this month.
Welcoming new members of Thrive's executive team
Thrive Homes has announced two new members of their Executive Management team.
Taking an agile approach to the coronavirus crisis
As the coronavirus continues to wreak havoc worldwide, our Chief Executive Elspeth Mackenzie reveals some of the ways Thrive Homes has sought to cope with the challenges the pandemic has presented.