This year we’re celebrating
Building more homes
We know the country is desperately short of the right homes. We want to help those people who need them most. In 2016/17 we delivered 574 new homes.
This year, we:
- Continued to invest in the creation or refurbishment of 808 homes as part of our large-scale regeneration schemes at Cooper House, Matthias Court and Adelphi Court in Manchester and Loughborough Park in London
- Finished the construction of 60 new extra care homes in Totnes, Devon – 30 homes for affordable rent and 30 homes to be sold for shared ownership to customers over 55.
- Completed our largest development project for outright sale in east London. The sales generated from the 267 new homes at Sutton’s Wharf will provide funds that we’ll then use to build more homes.
Delivering amazing customer service
We’re passionate about delivering amazing customer service. We offer great homes and services and help our customers get the most from their tenancies. The number of older people in our communities continues to grow. Our quality, ethical care services help people to live safe and independent lives in their own homes.
- This year, we created a single customer contact centre and launched a new customer experience strategy.
- We’ve invested over £73 million in maintaining and improving our homes and communities. Our Guinness Property team now cover a wider area, keeping more of your homes in good condition.
- And we’ve helped our customers secure over £1.7 million in extra income, to help them maintain their tenancies.
- This year, our care services received a 94% customer satisfaction rating.
Being a brilliant place to work
Our people are Guinness. And we continue to invest in their futures and making Guinness a rewarding place to work.
- This year we focused on delivering great training to managers, through our Guinness Leaders programme and GROW coaching programme.
- We developed our eLearning, delivering ten thousand online course sessions and supported 70 professional qualifications for staff.
- And we held our first national awards to recognise the outstanding work Guinness people do every day.