The Guinness Partnership Housing Association

Welcome to The Guinness Partnership, a charitable housing association which provides housing and services across England. We are proud to provide affordable housing to over 120,000 customers. Nationally we own and manage over 60,000 homes and employ 3,000 people. Find out more about how we work with customers, communities, partners and our staff as well as information on our boards, services and performance.

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Brand new affordable homes for Bradninch

Fifteen new affordable homes in Bradninch were officially ‘handed over’ to their very first tenants in time for Easter.

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Affordable homes for Bradninch

Fifteen brand new affordable rent homes in Bradninch, Exeter have been 'handed over' to their very first tenants.

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City Response win prestigious H&S award

City Response, our experts in social housing repairs, maintenance and improvement, has scooped an award from the health and safety industry’s leading body.

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Contacting Guinness

We are currently experiencing issues with our customer services phone lines in the west of England. Find out how to contact us alternatively.

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For homeowners

Everything you need to know as a shared owner or leaseholder.

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Career opportunities

Take a look at our current vacancies and apply online.

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Your care, your home, your choice

Find out more about our Home Care services.

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