The new partners are: Bromford, Curo & Swan, Liverpool Mutual Homes & Torus, Longhurst & Nottingham Community Housing Association, Together Housing Group, Walsall Housing Group, Yorkshire and Your Housing Group.
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Overall, Homes England has agreed a £1.7bn funding package to support a total of 23 strategic partners, who together will deliver around 40,000 affordable home starts by March 2022.
Sir Edward Lister, chairman at Homes England (pictured above), welcomed the new strategic partners, who shared its ambition to build better homes faster.
“Our new ways of working with the sector means that housing associations can use their funding flexibly across their development programmes and respond quickly to local housing demand and a changing market.”