What environmental issues are you concerned about? Do you think we should be making your home more energy efficient? Improving our green spaces? Or should we be working harder to reduce our environmental impact as an organisation? At Incommunities, we want to make sure that the work we do today helps people now and in […]

Nearly £45,000 has been raised for the country’s leading young people’s charity to round off Geraldine Howley’s successful presidential year with the Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH). A delighted Geraldine was able to present a big cheque showing the total sum raised (£44,700) to Catherine Hutchinson from The Prince’s Trust’s Corporate Partnership Team and their […]

Residents at Farish House celebrated the Queen’s 90th birthday with high tea, dancing and entertainment. Family members and staff also got involved on the day by helping decorate the communal lounge in bunting, run stalls and a free raffle (top prize a freeview TV) and bake cakes. Resident Mary Cook, who also turned 90, was […]

Residents at Wellesley House enjoyed sunshine and a BBQ to mark the grand opening of their new patio space. Thanks to funding from the Big Lottery Fund, residents are now able to relax in a smart decked area complete with seating, planters and trellis fencing. The busy social group provide home cooked meals and run […]

Residents moving into Incommunities’ latest affordable homes development have given it their thumbs up. All eleven two-bedroom homes for rent at Thorpe Edge, Bradford have been snapped up. The £1.4 million cul-de-sac development includes energy efficient central heating systems, spacious kitchen/dining areas and landscaped gardens. The Government’s Homes and Communities Agency has contributed £264,000 towards […]

@home competition winners

June 14th, 2016

Congratulations to our Spring/Summer edition competition winners!   Our competition winners are: Euro 2016 – Shirley Potter of Four Lane Ends (left) Spot the difference – Roberta Knights of Eccleshill (right) They each win £20 gift cards for stores of their choice.

On the 6th June we took over the management of 153 homes owned by Bradford Council. Under the agreement with the Council, Incommunities is now responsible for the maintenance and management of the homes at Bradford Moor, Dudley Hill, Gilstead and Ilkley. We are delighted to welcome our new customers and over the next few weeks […]

Three members of Incommunities’ management team took the ‘plunge’ to raise funds for the country’s leading youth charity. Incommunities Group Chief Executive Geraldine Howley joined colleagues, Adrienne Reid and Greg Robinson, to brave the cold waters of Lake Windermere as part of the Great North Swim. On Saturday they each completed a one-mile course within […]

Sadeh Lok has been recognised for continuing to provide excellent customer services as part of a Government national accreditation scheme. The Customer Service Excellence standard looks at the quality and delivery of services provided by public and private sector organisations. The assessor met with customers, staff and board members and gave the Huddersfield-based housing association […]

This month, three members of Incommunities’ management team, including Group Chief Executive, Geraldine Howley, are taking the ‘plunge’ to raise thousands of pounds for a national youth charity. Geraldine will again be joined by Adrienne Reid and Greg Robinson in the Great North Swim on Lake Windermere. The three together, took part in the challenge […]

A group of Hong Kong university students have been in Bradford (20th – 27th May) getting a unique insight into the work of one of the country’s leading housing associations.  The visit to Incommunties was hosted by the housing group’s Centre for Partnership Team and during their stay the post graduate students – Amber Yushi […]

Twenty-six young people are celebrating completing the latest learning programmes run by Incommunities, aimed at setting them on course to building successful careers in housing. Those completing cohort 7 of the Graduate Employment Mentoring (GEM) Programme and students completing the second Junior GEM scheme were recognised at an awards presentation held at Bradford University’s School […]

Fourteen teams descended on Bradford today (20th May) to go head to head in a five-a-side football tournament and raise thousands of pounds for the UK’s leading charity for young people. Between the goals, tackles and near misses the players helped raise an amazing £4,000 for The Prince’s Trust, the nominated charity of Incommunities’ Group […]

Twenty Incommunities staff are swapping the workplace for the playground today (20 May) as part of a national volunteering challenge. The makeover team of joiners, plumbers, gardeners, apprentices and office-based staff are getting to grips with brightening up The Big Swing Adventure Playground in Eccleshill. They are joining businesses up and down the country in […]

Key to new homes

May 4th, 2016

Huddersfield-based Housing Group, Sadeh Lok – part of Incommunities – has unveiled its latest affordable homes development in the town this week. The 11 family-sized houses for rent at Bulay Road have all been snapped by local people within weeks of their completion. The £1.3 million development comprises eight three-bedroom and three two-bedroom homes. Each […]

Residents at Maple Court got into the party spirit this week to mark the Queen’s 90th birthday with a fun packed day. With the help of staff they decorated the communal lounge with flags and bunting before getting together to enjoy a delicious high tea of cupcakes, sandwiches, trifle and ice cream and refreshments. Residents […]


April 21st, 2016

Do you work in housing? Love football? Want to help us raise money for The Princes Trust? Join us for the #CIHfootyfundraiser!! For the last year our CEO Geraldine Howley, has nominated The Princes Trust as our chosen charity as part of her Presidency of the Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH). So, what better way […]

  Staff from Incommunities and six housing partners have helped raise £3,000 for the UK’s leading young people’s charity – The Prince’s Trust – after completing a gruelling challenge. On Friday (15th April), 50 housing employees swapping their workplace for the towpaths of the longest canal in northern England to complete the last leg of […]

Housing staff from Incommunities and South Liverpool Housing have stepped out to complete the first leg of a 120 mile charity walk, cycle and run challenge (10th April). Over the next five days scores of housing employees will take on the canal route from Liverpool to Shipley to raise funds for The Prince’s Trust – […]

  Ten budding builders enjoyed a special insight into the world of work this week (6th April) at Incommunities’ construction training centre. The young people (aged 7 – 15) all took part in a ‘bring your daughters to work’ day organised by the housing group to round off their International Women’s Day celebrations. During the […]