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We broke new ground in more ways than one in August 2013 when we embarked upon an innovative project to build five brand new homes on a disused garage site in Eddleston Drive in Clifton.
The vision for Decent Homes was set out over ten years ago in Quality and Choice: A Decent Home for All. The Vision was to 'offer everyone the opportunity of a decent home and so promote social cohesion, well-being and self-dependence'.
We have around a thousand employees, nearly all of whom live in or around Nottingham, delivering our vision of creating homes and places where people want to live - from the housing patch managers who work tirelessly to support tenant on our estates to the plumbers, electrician and gas fitters who deliver our repairs.
As Nottingham's largest housing provider, we recognise that engaged and empowered tenants are vital in ensuring we deliver the best services and meet our aim to create homes and places where people want to live.
Our ambitious £4m Grander Designs project to improve NCH's independant living schemes across Nottingham has recently reached a milestone - the completion of its 18th project.
We've shown that by working with partners to deliver appropriate interventions, crime figures have reduced. By continuing to invest in tackling ASB, domestic abuse and hate crime, we're demonstrating that we won't tolerate activity that destroys lives and communities.
Our Secure Warm Modern programme, completed in 2015, increased energy efficiency across our entire stock, reducing carbon emissions equivalent to taking 2,700 vehicles off the road or planting 360,000 new trees.
We're committed to improving the quality of our estates to create homes and places where people want to live. Our Decent Neighbourhoods programme is investing in our estates environment to make them more pleasant for residents, as well as to contribute towards tackling other key priorities such as anti-social behaviour and a lack of car parking.
We promote and demonstrate equality of opportunity for all in everything that we do, and we're committed to making sure that everyone can live free from prejudice and discrimination.
A huge part of what we do is getting tenants involved and working with them to achieve our vision of creating homes and places where people want to live.