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People with a learning disability, in the Royal Borough of Greenwich, will be able to live the way they choose thanks to a housing brokerage service.
We have housed over 3,500 people with a learning disability but we know there is still so much more work to do.
Golden Lane Housing’s in-house repairs team has won an award for the Best Repairs and Maintenance Scheme in The Northern Housing Awards 2018.
New research has revealed that the Specialised Supported Housing sector is more than double the size of previous estimates and that demand is rising.
Golden Lane Housing’s in-house repairs team is a finalist for Best Repairs and Maintenance Scheme.
GLH has been awarded a 3 star accreditation and listed as number 8 in The Sunday Times 100 Best Not-For-Profit Organisations to Work For 2018.
GLH tenant, Stephen supports Mencap’s Treat me well campaign so people with a learning disability can be treated fairly and help to make a difference.
Working together with the Royal Borough of Greenwich, a five year housing strategy has been developed for people with a learning disability.
During the Christmas period Golden Lane Housing’s office will be closed from 12 noon on 22 December 2017 until 9am on 2 January 2018.
GLH retain the highest rating by The Homes and Communities Agency for the second year as a Registered Provider.
GLH today welcomed the announcement by the government in relation to the funding of support housing.
Golden Lane Housing is asking our tenants what they think about our services in our annual survey.
FamilyHub has been created by Mencap as an online community for parents, carers and people with a learning disability.
Donna began working at HC-One care home in Frome nearly 18 years ago. Being in a paid job has helped her to be more independent.
GLH tenant Sam wanted three things to help him turn his life around; the right support, the right home and to find work.
GLH tenant James has always had a real passion for the outdoors and after studying horticulture at college, he found work at Netley Landscapes.
Rebecca Allen works as a receptionist at Golden Lane Housing and Mencap’s office in Manchester. She explains how working has helped her.
Together with tenants, J Tomlinson Ltd, Jewson, Barlows and Mencap we completed a garden makeover in Stockport.
We’re thrilled that Nigel Litten, planned programme manager has been shortlisted for a Housing Heroes Award 2017.
Tessa Bolt has made history as the first known person with Down’s Syndrome to give oral evidence to a parliamentary committee.