Who we are

Islington & Shoreditch Housing Association ISHA is a neighbourhood based Housing Association managing and developing quality affordable housing for people in North East London; specifically Hackney, Islington and Waltham Forest. ISHA aims to stand out of the crowed as a special housing association, with a reputation for:

  • consistently providing excellent services
  • listening and acting upon customer feedback
  • continually improving the efficiency and value of our services
  • going the extra mile to make sure things get done

Gateway Housing Association Gateway Housing Association committed to East London area. First established in 1926, Gateway has over 2,700 homes in management, including supported housing, shared ownership and leasehold properties.
Gateway is dedicated to promoting the well-being of their residents through providing, good homes; good places to live; and excellent and improving services.

Christian Action Housing Association Christian Action HA works in the boroughs of Enfield, Barnet, Haringey and Waltham Forest and owns and manages over 1,400 homes, including retirement housing and supported housing for young people and victims of domestic violence.
Motivated by Christian and social concern, CAHA creates places where people want to live and invest in high quality housing, support and services that are affordable and accessible to those in housing need.

Tower Hamlets Community Housing THCH was created in March 2000 following a stock transfer from the London Borough of Tower Hamlets.
Owning and managing over 3,000 homes, THCH specialises in larger family homes and innovative solutions to overcrowding. THCH aims to be an excellent community based HA , and to work with stakeholders to provide safe, high quality, affordable homes and value for money services; contributing to the social & economic regeneration of the l community.

Bangla Housing Association Bangla HA was established in 1991. Its core mission is to provide good quality, affordable homes and support services for those in greatest need in the local Bengali and other BME communities.
Bangla manages over 240 general needs homes in the boroughs of Hackney, Waltham Forest and Islington. It also provides advice and information services including translation and interpretation.

Providence Row Housing Association Providence Row HA is a small specialist HA based in East London: specifically Tower Hamlets, Hackney and the City.
PRHA provides housing and support services to single people and families. They help people who are homeless (or at risk of becoming homeless) to help themselves through a wide range a residential and non-residential services.
PRHA also includes The Kipper Project, specialists in homelessness services for young people.

Spitalfields Housing Association Spitalfields HA was founded in 1979 by members of the Bangladeshi community, in response to poor housing conditions in the Spitalfields neighbourhood of Tower Hamlets.
Committed to promoting tenant involvement in decision making processes, Spitalfields actively pursues projects which help improve the social and economic opportunities and develop positive and harmonious community relations.

Lien Viet Housing Association Established in 1988 Lien Viet's mission is to provide good quality, affordable housing and provide a service that is culturally sensitive and is designed to meet the needs of the people from Vietnam, SE Asia and the wider community.
Lien Viet own and manage over 100 properties within Tower Hamlets, Hackney, Haringey and Islington.

North London Muslim Housing Association North London Muslim HA was founded in 1986. With strong roots in the local community NLMHA's aim is provide housing for those in need, at rents that are affordable and to give the community an opportunity to participate fully in the provision of social housing.
NLMHA operate in the London Boroughs of Hackney, Waltham Forest, Newham & Enfield and are based in Hackney

West London Mission The West London Mission (part of the Methodist Church) has been engaged in social action with the homeless and marginalised for over 125 years. Founded over 50 years ago, the WLM Housing Association is a unique presence in London, providing pioneering housing and support for some of the most marginalized members of society.
Operating in Islington, Southwark and Lambeth, we transform the lives of people affected by homelessness, personal difficulties, offending, or chronic addiction, empowering them to lead more fulfilling lives.

D&A Day's and Atkinson's Almshouse Charity provide housing for people in financial hardship. They are based in Edgware and give preference to residents in the parishes of Edgware and Little Stanmore. Days and Atkinson's joined the NRA in 2010.