Our plans for the next 30 years
Watch our short video and hear our Executive Leadership Team (ELT) talk through our 2050 strategy and what the next 30 years at Hyde will look like.
In setting out our strategic plan for the next 30 years, we are putting a stake in the ground: We want our customers to live in modern, energy-efficient homes, where they do not have to worry about building safety. We also want to provide homes that meet people’s needs in the long term – whether they are just starting out, raising a family, or enjoying a long and peaceful retirement – giving them greater mobility to live in the most suitable home, whatever their stage in life.
Having a long-term strategic plan demonstrates that we appreciate the scale of the challenges we face, from retrofitting thousands of homes to become zero-carbon and meeting higher building safety standards, to exploring new ways of raising the significant funding needed to build the right homes, in the right places.
Our social purpose has always been to provide homes for those that cannot otherwise afford one and this will not change. However, the way in which we achieve these ambitions must change, if we are to ‘turn the dial’ and address the severe housing shortage, giving more people a home and helping improve their life chances, to the benefit of society as a whole.
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Read about our commitment to becoming a truly customer-driven organisation.
The first five years of our strategic plan will be delivered through our four key objectives.
Hyde was established in 1967 to provide homes for those left behind by the housing market.
Our aspiration, that guides everything we do, is to provide a great home for everyone.