Peabody owns and manages more than 20,000 homes in London, housing around 55,000 residents.
Operating only in the capital, we manage a range of tenures, including social housing, leasehold, shared ownership, supported housing, keyworker accommodation and commercial units.
We are one of London's oldest and largest housing associations as well as a provider of community programmes for our residents and neighbourhoods.
These include employment and training programmes; health and wellbeing initiatives; activities for young and older people; welfare benefits advice and and family support programmes.
Our mission is as alive today as it was in 1862, when we were founded by the remarkable American banker, diplomat and philanthropist George Peabody. We make London a city of opportunity for all by ensuring as many people as possible have:
A good home…
A place that is safe, warm, clean, light, well-maintained and evokes personal pride.
A real sense of purpose…
This means regular endeavour — whether that be work, learning, caring for others, personal development or volunteering — that people look forward to because it makes them feel valued.
A strong feeling of belonging…
Which grows from active involvement in the neighbourhood and the spirit of togetherness and friendliness that goes with that.
To achieve this we are working towards four key aims which are to:
- build thriving communities
- achieve influential growth
- deliver great services and quality homes
- achieve business excellence
Peabody Business Plan
Find out more about our aims and objectives for the next three years.
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