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  • AmicusHorizon saves 2.7 million pounds annually by involving residents, finds new report

    Increased customer satisfaction and value for money are clearly linked to resident engagement according to a new report from The University of Westminster. Using six years of rich data from housing association, AmicusHorizon, the review found a direct link between high performance, value for money and involving residents in the business.

  • Public invited to view plans for new Tilling Green Community Centre

    AmicusHorizon, together with Rye Partnership, are set to unveil their latest plans to build new homes and a brand new community centre at Tilling Green. The proposal includes a new community centre and a cul-de-sac style development with 32 homes for rent, shared ownership and open market sale. The community will be able to see the proposals and give their feedback at a public consultation on Monday 6 July, between 3pm and 6pm, in the Tilling Green Community Centre's main hall.

  • Development delivers family homes in Hastings!

    Our Farley Bank development has delivered 29 homes for affordable rent in Hastings, East Sussex. The scheme features much needed, larger family homes, including two five-bedroom homes and seven four-bedroom homes. The remaining homes are 12 three-bedroom homes, six two-bedroom apartments and two one-bedroom apartments.

  • Complaints Management Team of the Year!

    We see complaints as a great chance to learn and improve - so we're proud to have been named Complaints Management Team of the Year. We picked up the accolade at the European Contact Centre & Customer Service Awards (ECCCSA), beating off competition from organisations including Barclays and DHL International (UK) Ltd.

  • Neighbourhood Furniture Store celebrates ten years!

    A giant inflatable sofa and a balloon launch marked the 10th anniversary of the Neighbourhood Furniture Store (NFS). Based on the Trinity Trading Estate, the NFS is managed by our charity Fresh Visions. It helps local residents access affordable furniture and supported over 4,650 households over the last ten years.