Our core business is to provide affordable, high quality homes principally for rent, and invest in improving our customer lives.
Incommunities has over 22,600 homes in West Yorkshire and is the largest social landlord in the Bradford District. In 2015 Sadeh Lok joined the group. Sadeh Lok was established in 1988 as a leading Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) Housing Association.
Incommunities was formed in 2003 (as Bradford Community Housing Trust) following a stock transfer voted for by Council tenants. Since then we have invested over £450 million in modernising our stock and building much needed affordable homes. We also deliver a wide range of in-house services for the benefit of our customers, including a 24/7 repairs service, gas servicing, estate and cleaning services and providing home care provision for our older residents.
We are committed to investing in talented young people and run two award winning training schemes – a Graduate Employment Mentoring programme and construction apprenticeship programme – aimed at building exciting careers in housing.www.incommunities.co.uk