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Working with our partners

Partner with us

The housing shortage in London, the south east and east of England is a huge, long-standing problem, but by working together we can do more.

At Hyde, we want to build more high quality affordable homes as we have always believed that a social tenancy improves people’s life chances. Read our report called Value of a Social Tenancy to find out more about how Hyde contributes to societal change.

Options for partnership working

We don’t believe in a one size fits all approach, the most successful partnerships are based on mutual understanding. Options for partnership working could include:

  • Joint ventures - sharing risk and reward
  • Partnering contracts – with the housing association providing development management, sales and marketing and/ or housing management services
  • Traditional estate regeneration projects.

For more information about how Hyde works in partnership please read our Working Together brochure (PDF 7.5 MB) or talk to our Development Team.

What we can offer

  • An experienced team of people who deliver high quality mixed tenure homes
  • A 50-year track record of working in partnership with the public and private sectors
  • Open discussions that create a bespoke partnership structure that best suits the delivery of your local plan
  • A commitment to creating added value for customers, communities, and partners – achieved by working together
  • Hyde is here for the long term. We build communities – providing opportunities for local people through education, training, apprenticeships and full-time jobs; helping to support the local economy.

Our approach to partnership

  • Sharing risk and reward through our tested models
  • A two-way process; working together to understand each other’s objectives
  • We focus on delivering mutual goals and interests, being flexible and transparent, agreeing solutions together
  • We share skills and expertise increasing outputs and efficiencies as a result
  • We ensure there is equal status and decision making. We favour taking a 50:50 approach.