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Sanctuary Supported Living strengthens homelessness services in East

2 April 2020

Sanctuary Supported Living has worked with Notting Hill Genesis (NHG) to secure the purchase and transfer of 813 supported and affordable homes in Essex, Norfolk and Suffolk.

Victoria House resident enjoying breakfast

With the sector currently facing unprecedented challenges amid the coronavirus outbreak, the deal has been successfully completed following strong collaboration from both organisations.

It will see Sanctuary Supported Living offer bespoke support to homeless people across the three counties as well as work with people at risk of experiencing homelessness.

The transfer will also benefit a number of residents who rent homes around Essex on a general needs basis.

Sara Keetley, Operations Director – Sanctuary Supported Living, commented: “We continue to be committed to finding more ways to support vulnerable adults, by growing our portfolio through further acquisitions, developing our assets, and through the traditional tender process.

“This is really positive news for Sanctuary and we look forward to welcoming new colleagues to our team.”

Group Chief Executive Craig Moule said: “This is a significant purchase and it confirms Sanctuary’s continued focus on supporting as many vulnerable people as possible, especially in these challenging times."

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Completing the acquisition in the current climate has not been easy but we have an experienced and talented team who have worked closely with NHG to make it possible.

Craig Moule

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