Broadacres is a successful, innovative, not for profit housing association based in the market town of Northallerton in North Yorkshire.
Currently we own and manage more than 6,000 homes and have stock in Hambleton, Darlington, Richmondshire, Harrogate, Redcar and Cleveland, Ryedale, Scarborough, Selby, the East Riding of Yorkshire, York and Leeds.
We provide a range of services to our customers, all aimed at meeting our vision; ‘to be the best rural housing association in the country’. Whether it is carrying our repairs to ensure your home is kept to the highest standards or providing you with ways of saving money, we strive to ensure you receive a first-class service and that, ultimately, you are proud to say you live in a Broadacres’ home.
How are we governed?
Broadacres is committed to ensuring its activities are well governed and transparent. Customers are involved in our governance arrangements, ensuring we put our customers at the heart of decision making.Click here to read more
Environmental, Social and Governance Report 2020 - 2021
This Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) report uses both qualitative information and quantitative metrics to measure Broadacres’ performance against ESG risks, opportunities, and related strategies, and helps our customers and stakeholders to form a view about our activities and test these against the UN development goals.
This is a new, annually produced report adopting the model format of the Sustainability Report Standard. Broadacres is proud to be an early adopter of reporting against this standard.Download Here (PDF, 4.51MB, 20 Pages)
Annual Report 2020 - 2021
The Broadacres 2019 – 2020 Annual report for customers is available to download and read.Download here (PDF, 495KB, 11 Pages)
The Broadacres Corporate Strategy 2018 – 2023
We were established in 1993 as a stock transfer in Hambleton and over time we have grown. We now own and manage over 6,400 homes across the whole of North Yorkshire. At the same time the range of services we provide has expanded to include our own property maintenance team, four extra care schemes, a women’s refuge, young homelessness accommodation, services for people with learning disabilities and mental health issues. Our team is over 300 strong including 100 people within property maintenance and a further 100 delivering care and support services across North Yorkshire.Click here to download (PDF 1.9MB)