When we launched Inclusion Housing back in 2007 we were determined to make a positive impact on the way that vulnerable people lived their lives. In a way that everyone benefited.
At that time, housing support for adults with physical disabilities, mental disabilities – or a combination of both – was limited in terms of choice and quality. A longer term, more strategic approach was needed to blend property needs with care needs as well as ensuring value for money for the institutions and authorities funding it.
In our view, things had to change. Landlords had to change.
There had to be a better way.
So, we set about putting together a diverse, talented team of experienced professionals from all areas of the public and private sector housing and social care professions. We took a fresh look at the way property and care services were being delivered across the United Kingdom, ripped up the rulebook and started from scratch.
Above all, we challenged ourselves to answer the question:
“If you were to create the perfect health and social care landlord for vulnerable adults, what would it look like?”
So, we worked it out. We came up with a better, smarter way.
A business model that places the tenant’s needs at the heart of everything we do and delivers positive outcomes for everyone we collaborate with.
We launched a pioneering a solution that provided specialist, bespoke support for people in homes that perfectly match their needs. A serviced portfolio of wholly owned, short-term and long-term leased housing units which delivers social good and commercial returns.