Clarion Housing Group comprises the country’s largest housing association; a property development company, a charitable foundation and a repairs and maintenance service.
The Group’s housing association, Clarion Housing, is committed to providing good customer service to all its residents and to maintaining its homes to a good standard - investing significantly in improving them each year.
Its development target is to build 50,000 new homes over 10 years and the Group will invest £15 billion on meeting and delivering on this target. Two thirds of the programme will be affordable and developed by Clarion Housing, while homes for private sale are delivered and marketed through development company Latimer by Clarion Housing Group. The proceeds from sales are invested in our social purpose.
The charitable foundation, Clarion Futures, will invest £150 million over ten years to deliver one of the largest social investment programmes in the country. Priorities are work and training; money management and young people.
“We want to safeguard the future of social rented housing in Chelsea for our current and our future tenants." Bob Beaumont, Regeneration Director.
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Our lead practice is the multi-award winning HLM, which posses extensive experience of the masterplanning process. HLM are supported by Penoyre & Prasad, a practice which was recently declared Sustainable Architect of the Year by the Architect’s Journal and who also sit on RBKC’s Architect Appraisal Panel. And Sidell Gibson, a practice with particular expertise on combining historic and modern design.
“The new Estate has been designed to reflect key heritage features and in response to the existing built environment in this part of Chelsea.” David Cafferty, Director at HLM.
An expert team of community consultation specialists, Meeting Place Communications are helping Clarion and local residents engage with the planning process and ensuring their voices are heard. They have led on our resident and public consultation events, responded to feedback and will work with the team on the submission to the Council.
"We are committed to community consultation and will seek to keep Clarion residents, stakeholders and groups closely involved as the plans progress." Nikki Davies, Director at Meeting Place Communications.
For more information about Meeting Place Communications, click here.