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    Investing in Local Communities

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    Building New Homes, Creating New Communities


We are an established Housing Association delivering high quality affordable homes and services across Kent. Alongside our affordable rent homes we also have a portfolio of shared ownership and private rent properties and commercial units. Established in 2004, we have invested over £100m in regenerating our homes and estates and have built over 1000 affordable new homes for local people.

Have you seen our Golding Vision blog?

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Our Community Development team are involved in lots of activities and projects across Kent and have started their very own blog so everyone can keep up with what they are doing. It's called the GV Blog! 

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Our Developments

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We are committed to providing high quality, affordable homes for our local communities, and play a key role in developing new homes in the area. Our developments range from large regeneration projects to small rural developments.

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  1. New Van for our Handyman

    Beadles Handyman Van Key Handover Oct 16

    This week we took delivery of a new van from Beadles Vauxhall for our Handyman Service

  2. Golding Homes at the House of Lords

    Key stakeholders for Golding Vision attended an afternoon tea at the House of Lords this week to launch a DVD about disability for preschool children.

  3. Alert for Golding Lifeline Customers

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    Please be aware that we have had reports that alternative Telecare providers have been contacting our Golding Lifeline customers, advising that they need to upgrade the Lifeline unit and will charge £250 for this service. 

  4. Work begins on the final phase of the Park Wood Regeneration Scheme

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    Work has started on Phase 3 of Golding Homes’ £50m regeneration project in Park Wood, with the demolition of the outdated shops and flats in Wallis Avenue.

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