Hastoe sponsors CPRE Hampshire’s Countryside Awards 2017
Let's Hear it for Rural Homes
Sue Chalkley, Chief Executive of Hastoe, England’s leading specialist rural housing association, gives her view on the Housing White Paper
Second Home Ownership Crisis Affecting Southern England
Rural areas of the south, south west and east of England have an alarming number of second-owned homes, according to a study by the National Housing Federation.
Isfield Housing Development Completed
Hastoe Housing Association’s housing scheme in Isfield, Uckfield has reached completion. Based on Lavender Fields, the development provides affordable housing for local people.
Hastoe Receives Gold SHIFT Sustainability Award
Hastoe has received GOLD in the SHIFT Awards in recognition of its efforts to reduce its environmental impacts across all activities.
Messing Housing Development Officially Opened
Hastoe Housing Association and Messing cum Inworth Parish Council officially opened a new affordable housing development for the local people of Messing on Friday, 11th of November
Lionel Morrison OBE
It is with great sadness that we learn the news of the death of our friend Lionel Morrison OBE. Lionel was a journalist and political activist born on 13 October 1935. He passed away on 31st October 2016.
Wimbish Housing Development Officially Opened
Hastoe Housing Association officially opened a new rural affordable housing development for the local people of Wimbish on Monday, 19th of September.
New Repairs Handbook Released
Hastoe has released their new Repairs Handbook.
Rattlesden Housing Development Completed
Hastoe Housing Association’s housing development based in Rattlesden, Suffolk, has reached completion.
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