G15 (housing associations)

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The G15 is an organisation of the largest housing associations in and around the city of London in the United Kingdom, which collectively are responsible for managing in the region of 410,000 homes in London.[1] They state their purpose as "to solve the housing crisis by delivering good quality, affordable homes of all types".[2]

Paul Hackett, of Optivo, is the chair of the organisation.

Membership[edit]

The G15 originally had 15 members, but some of them have since merged. The current members are:[2]

Rank Name Date Founded No. Dwellings August 2013 Key individuals Website

1st

L&Q
1963
70,000
lqgroup.org.uk

2nd

Clarion Housing Group
2016
125,000
clarionhg.com

3rd

Network Homes
20,000
networkhomes.org.uk

4th

Hyde Group
43,000
hyde-housing.co.uk

5th

Metropolitan
1963
36,000
metropolitan.org.uk

6th

A2Dominion Group
34,000
a2dominion.co.uk

7th

Genesis Housing Association
30,000
genesisha.org.uk

8th

Optivo
2017
44,000
optivo.org.uk

9th

Notting Hill Housing Trust
1963
26,261
nhhg.org.uk

10th

Southern Housing Group
26,000
shgroup.org.uk

11th

Peabody Trust
1862
55,000
peabody.org.uk

12th

Catalyst Housing
21,000
chg.org.uk

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Thinking Big". Inside Housing. 9 August 2013. Retrieved 9 August 2013. [dead link]
  2. ^ a b http://g15london.org.uk/

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