We exist to help the wide variety of people who need affordable housing in East Anglia.
If you are interested in our work, why not use your skills to help us and join our board or get involved in other ways?
As a non-profit making housing association, our main role is to provide and manage subsidised rented homes to those on low or modest incomes. This includes:
- General needs homes for individuals, couples and families
- Supported housing, including homes for older people and other vulnerable individuals.
We also provide homes for rent and shared ownership to help other people like first-time buyers and key public sector workers. You can find out more about our latest schemes in our development section.
Our other activities include:
- Managing more than 100 homes on behalf of people who own the leasehold of their property
- Providing property management services and acting as a commercial landlord through our wholly owned subsidiary company, Linnet Property Management.
Suffolk Housing Society Limited is a registered society under the Co-operative and Community Benefits Act 2014, with exempt charitable status. Registration No.21198R. Registered office: Coppice House, Greenwood Court, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, IP32 7GY. It is registered in England with the RSH Registered No. L1659. VAT No. 765 3366 09
Policy statement on Anti-fraud and bribery:
Suffolk Housing is committed to operating to the highest ethical standards and sound governance arrangements and adopts zero tolerance to fraud and bribery.
Suffolk Housing will not tolerate fraud or bribery in any form, including any internal action which encourages, implies, bestows, tolerates or promises an unfair, unlawful, improper or unethical advantage to any individual, group or organisation regardless of whether there is financial inducement or not. Suffolk Housing will not tolerate the acceptance of bribes to induce a favourable decision, transaction or outcome.
Any allegation of fraud or bribery will be thoroughly investigated and may result in disciplinary or other action where substantiated and will be reported to the Police where appropriate.
Any suspicion of fraud, bribery or other irregularity should be reported, as a matter of urgency, to a senior member of staff; or the Chair of the Audit and Risk Committee.