We are one of the largest housing providers in the South East region, delivering high quality affordable homes and services for over 20,000 people in and around the Maidstone, Ashford and Tonbridge & Malling areas. Established in 2004, we have invested over £100m in regenerating our homes and estates and have built over 650 affordable new homes for local people.
Big Break 2014
Why not give yourself a chance to win the ‘Big Break’ from your bills in 2014?
Golding Homes is joining a campaign encouraging people to switch to Direct Debit, and someone will win £12,000!
Celebrating 10 Golding Years
Golding Homes was 10 years old on 2 February 2014.
To celebrate we have planned a variety of events throughout 2014 for tenants, partners and staff. We will keep you up to date with what we are doing and when.
Golding Homes is encouraging local businesses in Kent and Medway to enter the Kent Excellence in Business Awards (KEiBA) awards.
We are proud to sponsor the Business Commitment to the Community category, which we won in 2013.
Young people are being encouraged to attend a special event designed to highlight employment and training opportunities available to them. The Apprenticeship Opportunities workshop is being held in partnership with Maidstone Employment and Skills Forum on Friday 7 March, between 10am and 12pm.
On 30 April we are holding a Consultation Workshop, where we invite tenants to come along to help us review and develop our repairs policy.
Two thirds of households affected by the bedroom tax cannot find the money to pay their rents, according to new research from the National Housing Federation.
- Event Type: Community Event
- Venue: Maidstone United Football Club
- Start: 07 Mar 2014 10:00
- End: 07 Mar 2014 12:00
DetailsFor more information contact Juliet Shand on 0800 923 2700
- Have a look at current vacancies with local employers
- Speak to local training providers
- Listen to Paul Andrews, CEO of Jobs in Kent, our guest speaker
- See demonstrations from Mid Kent College
- Chat to other apprentices about their experiences