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AmicusHorizon

Last updated on: 24 February 2014
  • We are a charitable housing association managing over 28,000 homes and providing a wide range of services.
  • We are a housing association providing affordable housing in the south-east of England. We own and manage 28,000 homes and provide a wide range of services. We are the main provider of rented housing in Hastings and Rother - with around 8,000 homes in the area. 1,000 of these offer independent retirement housing in safe, friendly sheltered housing schemes. All our properties in Sussex are let through the Sussex Homemove scheme which you can join by going to www.homemove.org.uk. We reinvest all the rent we receive from our tenants back into local services. We work closely with residents and community groups and provide many community projects and activities. If you'd like any more information, we'd be happy to help - or you'll find more on our website
     
  • PO Box 322
    Sittingbourne
    Kent
    ME9 8PQ [map]
  • 0800 121 6060
  • 0208 726 8601
  • contactusPicture of at symbol to confuse spam robotsamicushorizon.org.uk
  • www.amicushorizon.org.uk
     
  • We have five local offices, all of which are open to the public and are accessible by people with disabilities:
    * Queensbury House, top of Havelock Rd, Hastings TN34 1BP. Open 9am-5pm
    * St Leonards Neighbourhood Office, Kennedy Court, Stonehouse Drive. Open 9am-1pm, Mon, Tues & Thurs
    * Hastings Neighbourhood Office, 46-48 Chiltern Drive. Open 9am–1pm, Mon, Tues & Fri
    * The Watch Oak, Chain Lane, Battle, TN33 0YA. Open 9am-4pm
    * Sussex House, Ninfield Road, Sidley, TN39 5AE. Open 10am-4pm
     
  • This organisation offers volunteering opportunities
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