Independent Housing UK Ltd (IHL), a registered charity based in the North West that provides housing support to vulnerable adults with learning disabilities and mental health problems across the UK, today announced a new partnership with Harbour Supported Living.
The new strategic arrangement will see IHL take over all housing management duties for 14 properties in the Wirral, housing just over 50 tenants, with a full programme of improvement works for the properties starting immediately.
Guy Bosanko, Managing Director of IHL, commented: ‘This relationship promises to be highly beneficial to all parties concerned – specifically our new tenants, as the skills that the team at IHL will bring in providing bespoke tenancy advice to tenants that need our support, will, we believe, greatly enhance their overall independence.
We are currently compiling full development plans for all of the schemes and these are designed to ensure that the tenants are able to enjoy safe and secure homes, within a framework of support that suits their individual needs.
IHL is committed to providing a demonstrable social benefit from our services and the programme of works that will be carried out immediately by our maintenance teams shows our aims and objectives in providing high quality and secure properties for our tenants.’
Harbour Supported Living Services Ltd is a registered and regulated (CQC) independent health and social care provider delivering person centred care / support services to vulnerable adults.
The organisation has been established since the year 2001 and, in that time, Harbour Supported Living Services Ltd has built up an enviable reputation for providing a unique service to a broad spectrum of individuals with varying needs and for providing holistic care and support to improve their quality of life.
Shaun Neermul, Director of Operations commented ‘We are extremely pleased to be working in partnership with Independent Housing UK Ltd (IHL), whom like us, share the same vision in providing a high quality service to vulnerable individuals within the community’.
This new partnership demonstrates both organisations core objectives towards continual improvement in social housing and care for vulnerable individuals and a number of new supported housing schemes in the Wirral area are already in the pipeline for development.