Tag: Hightown Housing Association

    Hemel Hempstead learning disability service shortlisted for ‘Best New Build Accessible Scheme’

    Hemel Hempstead learning disability service shortlisted for ‘Best New Build Accessible Scheme’

    A Hightown Housing Association learning disability service in Hemel Hempstead has reached the finals of a prestigious national award for accessible developments built for disabled people. Fletcher Way, a specially designed supported living service home to eight adults with complex physical and learning disabilities, has been shortlisted in the category for ‘Best New Build Accessible […]

    9th May 2018 | By | Reply More
    Housing association for the vulnerable and disabled celebrates 50th anniversary

    Housing association for the vulnerable and disabled celebrates 50th anniversary

    Hightown Housing Association has been celebrating its 50th anniversary this month. Founded by local volunteers in Hemel Hempstead and St. Albans 50 years ago, today Hightown has 5,500 homes, an annual turnover of £71m and 860 staff across Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire and Berkshire. But with rough sleeping and homelessness growing and rising property prices meaning […]

    27th July 2017 | By | Reply More
    Supported living in Amersham leads to healthier and independent life

    Supported living in Amersham leads to healthier and independent life

    Determined Luke Castle is looking forward to both a healthier and more independent life, thanks in part to the help of staff at Hightown Housing Association’s Stokebury House in Amersham. Soon after he moved into his supported living flat in 2014, Luke began to make friends with other tenants and take part in the organised […]

    3rd July 2017 | By | Reply More
    Hightown shows great ‘Digni-tea’ to Hitchin supported living residents

    Hightown shows great ‘Digni-tea’ to Hitchin supported living residents

    Staff and residents in Hightown Housing Association’s supported living scheme in Hitchin enjoyed a ‘Digni-tea and cakes’ event for Dignity Action Day to celebrate the importance of treating everyone with respect and dignity. Residents created their own ‘Digni-tree’ of thoughts and ideas associated with dignity and what it means to them, as well as discussing […]

    20th February 2017 | By | Reply More
    Fifth birthday party at Aylesbury extra care facility is reason to celebrate

    Fifth birthday party at Aylesbury extra care facility is reason to celebrate

    Hightown Housing Association’s extra care facility in Aylesbury has been giving older people like 61-year-old Timothy Muirhead the support they need to thrive in their own home for the past five years. The Elms, an extra care housing scheme for the over-55s in Verwood Road, celebrated its fifth birthday with a party on Monday 23rd […]

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