As one of London and the South East’s leading housing associations, our goal is to guide customers through their Catalyst home buying journey. We’d like to reassure you that our dedicated sales team is here to support you more than ever during these current challenging times. Catalyst’s marketing suites and show homes are now temporarily More »
Catalyst and Taylor Wimpey have entered into a partnership to build a further 187 affordable homes in Houghton Regis, Bedfordshire. Housing association Catalyst and developer Taylor Wimpey are drawing on their combined experience of building high-quality homes and creating vibrant communities to bring muchneeded affordable new homes to the area. The planning system has already More »
Catalyst Housing has received over £500,000 in funding from the Mayor of London to support a partnership project on its estate regeneration scheme at Havelock, Ealing. The Mayor’s ‘Good Growth Fund’ is contributing 50% of total cost for the project ‘Open Havelock’, which will transform 36 redundant garages and 2000 sqm of unused space on More »
Catalyst is to build 24 new homes for affordable rent and shared ownership in Harpenden. The housing association acquired the site from Harpenden Town Council in 2018 and, with appointed contractor Taylor French Developments, will jointly deliver much-needed affordable new homes for local people. The 24-home development has been designed with a mix of apartments More »
Catalyst Housing has recruited two new Managing Directors to oversee the delivery of the new homes programme across London and the South East. Richard Smith is Catalyst’s Managing Director for New Homes (London) and Andrew Almond will take over as Managing Director for New Homes (Counties). Richard joins from Taylor Wimpey Central London where he More »
The £100.6m redevelopment of Blackbird Leys will feature around 275 new homes – including new social housing – a new community centre, new shops, and improved green and public spaces. Oxford City Council and its development partner, Catalyst Housing, have produced the new details – known as a ‘concept masterplan’ – following months of community More »
Catalyst Housing association has secured its first loan linked to social performance. The new £50m revolving credit facility with Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation (SMBC) incorporates a margin reduction if Catalyst meet set targets to assist customers with maximising income. Outcomes will be reported in Catalyst’s annual accounts. The loan is one of SMBC’s first social More »
Ahead of Budget Day, the G15 group of London’s largest housing associations, which Catalyst is a member, is asking people to use their voice to call for more funding for affordable homes. A short film has been launched that highlights the negative effects on people who are locked out of the housing market, especially younger More »
Catalyst has once again been named as one of the best places to work in the UK. We have been awarded a place in ‘The Sunday Times 100 Best Not-for-Profit Organisations to Work For’ list for 2020. In addition to the top 100 placing, we have also achieved Ones to Watch status, which is awarded More »
Catalyst has once again won recognition for its commitment to caring for the environment. We achieved gold status in the SHIFT benchmarking scheme, which analyses the environmental performance of housing associations, including their homes, offices and operations. Organisations signing up to be assessed by the SHIFT Index commit themselves to being measured against a challenging More »
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