SHP New Deal Roadshow

The SHP New Deal is our commitment to deliver high quality landlord services and homes in good neighboods, while you do your part to look after your home, be a good neighbour and work with us to build thriving communities.

Join us on 21st July from 12 noon to find how we are transforming Sutton Housing Partnership and meet some of our partners working on health, well-being, employment, education and more. 

For more information or if you would like to get involved email:  


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The Belmont Festival is back!

Belmont Festival is back! With over 100 stalls, products for sale, prize draws, live music, street food and fun for all of the family this years festival will be worth attending.

Find out more here.

How do you want to hear from us? Have your say!

How do you find out what’s going on at SHP? What do you want to see featured in our resident newsletter?

We’re asking residents - tenants and leaseholders - to fill in this short survey, to provide us with valuable feedback that will help shape how we keep in touch with you. 

Your views will be used to make sure that we’re providing you with the information you need, in the format you want. Take the survey here. Thanks for your time!

Scrutiny Boot Camps

If you can make it, let us know by clicking here!

Held in partnership with the Sutton Federation of Tenant and Resident Associations (SFTRA), quarterly Scrutiny Boot Camps are your chance to tell us what's working, what's not and what we can do better. 

The Boot Camps are open to all SHP residents - tenants and leaseholders - and are attended by senior SHP management and representatives of the London Borough of Sutton. We cover issues including:

  • Repairs
  • Anti-social behaviour
  • Out of hours services for residents
  • Fly tipping 
  • Communal area maintenance 
  • Housing for older people
  • Our community hubs
  • And more! 

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We've committed to Make A Stand against domestic abuse

We're proud to have committed to Make A Stand against domestic abuse. 

Alongside 100 other organisations in the UK housing sector, the Chartered Institute of Housing, the Domestic Abuse Housing Alliance and Women's Aid we've committed to taking action to support residents and staff experiencing domestic abuse.

We've pledged to :

1. Support residents affected by domestic abuse through our policy
2. Make information about domestic abuse support services available to all our residents
3. Support any staff experiencing domestic abuse
4. Always have a domestic abuse champion at a senior level in our organisation to support this work

Find out more about our #makeastand commitment:

If you or someone you know is experiencing domestic abuse, you can get confidential advice and support at the Sutton Domestic Violence One Stop Shop, every Wednesday, 9.30am-11.30am at Sutton Baptist Church, 21 Cheam Road, Sutton, SM1 1SN.

If you have concerns that someone in your community is being harmed, you can report it here and we'll help them get help.

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