As one of the oldest housing trusts in London, we’ve a proud heritage of providing properties available to rent and buy across London.
We cater to all types of housing residents - including affordable rent properties. Below you can find out about the different types of properties that we offer.
We own and manage nearly 1300 homes across London specifically for over 55s. These are mainly studios and one-beds and suitable for singles and couples depending on the size. This type of housing is suitable for people who can live independently but may require some visiting care and support. All of our sheltered schemes benefit from a site based housing management service and warden call system.
Depending on the location of the sheltered scheme applications can be made directly via our internal waiting list or via the Local Authority who has nomination rights.
View our sheltered Housing properties here.
General Needs Housing
We own and manage nearly 300 general needs homes across London. These range from studios to two-bedroom properties, suitable for families, couples and single people who can live independently and do not need additional support.
The majority of homes are allocated via our internal waiting list, although we do also work with partners to find suitable applicants.
We offer a small number of shared homes in London, where single people can rent a room and share communal kitchen and bathroom facilities with other residents. This type of accommodation is suitable for single people who can live independently and do not need additional support.
Rooms are allocated via our internal waiting list and through our work with partners such as Bridge Housing Solutions.
Extra Care Housing
We have one extra care scheme – Alexander Place in Woodley, Reading. Alexander Place provides self-contained 1 and 2 bed accommodation for over 55s with the benefit of an onsite care team for those that require care and support. The care is provided via a third party care provider, not C&C. Alexander Place benefits from a site based housing management service and warden call system.
Allocations for Extra Care housing are made via Wokingham Borough Council whom we work in partnership with.