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  • We've been given over 20.4million pounds of grant funding to build new homes!

    AmicusHorizon has been awarded over 20.4million pounds of grant funding which will go towards building another 689 affordable homes. The money will help us create a further 330 homes in London and 359 homes in Kent and Sussex between 2015 and 2018. Combining this new allocation with its current development programme, we're expecting to complete more than 1,200 much needed homes by March 2018.

  • Bexhill residents 'Get On' with 'life changing' course!

    Bexhill residents who completed a 'life changing' course have been celebrating their achievements. Participants of AmicusHorizon's 'Get On Plus' programme were presented with certificates on Friday 11 July at the Bexhill Museum. Get On Plus provides training courses and workshops for local low waged and unemployed people. It helps them build their confidence and skills to move into volunteering and paid work.

  • Newsletters

    It's a busy time, we'll be running lots of events over the spring. Coming to these events is a great chance to have your say about our services. You'll find several competitions in this edition of news&views. So, why not give them a go? A big 'thank you' to all residents who helped with this edition of news&views.

  • Monica Barnes wins lifetime contribution award!

    Congratulations to our resident Monica Barnes who won the Tenant/Resident lifetime contribution award at the 2014 Housing Heroes Awards! The awards, organised by Inside Housing magazine and the Chartered Institute of Housing, recognise the unsung heroes of the social housing world. Almost 800 guests gathered for celebrations in the Exchange Hall at Manchester Central on Monday 23 June.

  • AmicusHorizon consult with Hastings youth over new anti social behaviour law

    A Hastings Youth Group were consulted on how best to tackle anti social behaviour at a stirring debate in St Mary in the Castle on Friday. Over 35 young people took part in a lively discussion around a new law to combat anti social behaviour. The debate on Friday 4 July, was facilitated by Pablo Mcfee of Respond Academy and was sponsored by AmicusHorizon. Other debate speakers included Amber Rudd, MP for Hastings and Rye, Alex N'tung, conflict analyst and mediator, Nat Oppong-Wiafe, freelance journalist and editor, and Dr. Susan Roberts, lecturer in philosophy and morality at Claverham College.