Solihull Community Housing was set up in April 2004 to run the housing service on behalf of Solihull Council.
Solihull Community Housing (SCH) is the Arm’s Length Management Organisation (ALMO) set up in April 2004 to run the housing service on behalf of Solihull Council. This means that with Solihull Council own the properties but housing services are delivered by us.
We manage just under 10,000 tenanted homes and approximately 1,000 leasehold properties. We also look after just over 5,000 garages and a small number of shared ownership properties. We manage around 100 temporary accommodation units, supplemented by private sector leasing properties.
We are run by a Board made up of three tenants, four councillors and three independent people chosen for their specialist skills and experience.
We have a five-year Future Strategic Vision: creating better homes and thriving communities, which embraces a continuing commitment to contribute to the development and implementation of the Solihull Council Plan.
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Executive Leadership Team
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How we Spend our Money
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Policies and Procedures
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