Johnnie Johnson Housing want to bring a number of influential people from across the housing, health, academic and government sectors into one room to discuss the challenges that we face and how we can work collaboratively together to provide innovative solutions in the delivery of services. Book your place here http://www.jjhousing.co.uk/yd-thought-leadership-book-your-placeRead " Join us for our Yorkshire and Derbyshire…"
Johnnie Johnson Housing has secured £30million in long-term funding from Warrington Borough Council.The council has been providing loan facilities to housing associations (HAs) to stimulate housing development in Warrington and the surrounding area since 2009.Read " Johnnie Johnson Housing secures £30milli…"
The Old Palace was today transferred to Cartrefi Cymynedol, Gwynedd Cyf, a housing association based in Bangor, north Wales.Read " Transfer of The Old Palace, St Asaph …"
Theresa May announced yesterday that the LHA (Local Housing Allowance Cap), which was due to be implemented in April 2019 to social housing including supported housing, will not go ahead.Read " FANTASTIC NEWS - Local Housing Allowance…"
The Rose Dale development consists of six, two bedroom homes. There are three properties are for sale on a shared ownership basis with the remaining three properties available through social rent via 50% nomination at Stockport Council.Read " Johnnie Johnson Housing acquires 6 new h…"
We hope Voices will give us a platform to enable us to listen, talk and share your stories and our updates to improve communication across the whole of Johnnie Johnson Housing.Read " New Issue of Voices AVAILABLE NOW!…"
Lynne was widowed 6 years ago after the loss of her husband Roy and moved into Derwent Court in Lancaster in August 2013.
Suffering with multiple joint arthritis and a raft of other medical problems. Lynne underwent knee replacement surgery in 2013, so needed to be on a level with no stairs. As her family all live away from the area, Lynne made the decision with the support of her daughter to move from the large family home; however, it was important to stay in the local area as Lynne also cares for her elderly Aunt. Being well connected to the motorway links was also a benefit, so she is able to visit her mother and sister in Scotland as often as she can.Read " Supported housing makes a difference!! -…"