PROFIT FOR PURPOSE

PROFIT FOR PURPOSE

Our Purpose

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At Laurus Homes, we do more than just build homes. We also strive to help create neighbourhoods and act as a catalyst for regeneration to benefit the immediate community and wider society. That’s why we always put people first with a community-focused and profit-for-purpose approach to every project we deliver.

Creating the homes we need, where you need them

  

We think everyone deserves a special place to live, so we design homes for all. From stylish, urban apartments for young professionals to larger, family-sized homes in semi-rural settings, we offer a range of purchase options including Shared Ownership and Help to Buy.

We believe that there should be a home for everyone.

Creating the homes we need, where you need them

  

We think everyone deserves a special place to live, so we design homes for all. From stylish, urban apartments for young professionals to larger, family-sized homes in semi-rural settings, we offer a range of purchase options including Shared Ownership and Help to Buy.

We believe that there should be a home for everyone.

With every house purchase you stand with us on issues that matter

  

Tackling poverty, ending isolation and improving the lives of local people. As part of Trafford Housing Trust, this is just part of our big commitment to using any profit we make for social good. The Trust sets aside £2 million pounds each year through their Social Investment Fund to invest in projects led by the members of the community for the benefit of their community. Here are some of the achievement for 2018/19:

  • 107 community initiatives funded
  • 12,798 local people positively impacted
  • Over 570 families supported with access to free or affordable food
  • 2,998 adults and children supported to learn new skills including internet safety, British Sign Language, Football coaching level 1, Media Broadcasting Skills, Science, Technology, English and Maths
  • 12,350 people supported through family and community projects
  • 40 people supported towards employment opportunities

With every house purchase you stand with us on issues that matter

  

Tackling poverty, ending isolation and improving the lives of local people. As part of Trafford Housing Trust, this is just part of our big commitment to using any profit we make for social good. The Trust sets aside £2 million pounds each year through their Social Investment Fund to invest in projects led by the members of the community for the benefit of their community. Here are some of the achievement for 2018/19:

  • 107 community initiatives funded
  • 12,798 local people positively impacted
  • Over 570 families supported with access to free or affordable food
  • 2,998 adults and children supported to learn new skills including internet safety, British Sign Language, Football coaching level 1, Media Broadcasting Skills, Science, Technology, English and Maths
  • 12,350 people supported through family and community projects
  • 40 people supported towards employment opportunities

Micro Grant: Plot for Poverty

  

In March 2019 Kal Gill-Faci was awarded a micro-grant of £496 for her project ‘Plot 7F’.

Plot 7F is a plot located in Humphrey Park Allotments, Stretford where all the fresh fruit and vegetables are grown are donated to local food banks and homeless charities.

Kal was successful in securing a grant for £496 from THT’s Social Investment Fund, which went towards purchasing all the necessary tools and materials needed to grow a wide variety of fruit and vegetables as organically as possible. We’re told that the typical fruit and veg that is being grown is potatoes, cauliflower, onions, kale, and grapes, plus many more!

Kal says “The work I am doing to help the homeless and those experiencing food poverty with my children and great-nephew is extremely rewarding and it is our mission to continue this work with the support of members at the Allotment in Stretford for years to come.

Micro Grant: Plot for Poverty

  

In March 2019 Kal Gill-Faci was awarded a micro-grant of £496 for her project ‘Plot 7F’.

Plot 7F is a plot located in Humphrey Park Allotments, Stretford where all the fresh fruit and vegetables are grown are donated to local food banks and homeless charities.

Kal was successful in securing a grant for £496 from THT’s Social Investment Fund, which went towards purchasing all the necessary tools and materials needed to grow a wide variety of fruit and vegetables as organically as possible. We’re told that the typical fruit and veg that is being grown is potatoes, cauliflower, onions, kale, and grapes, plus many more!

Kal says “The work I am doing to help the homeless and those experiencing food poverty with my children and great-nephew is extremely rewarding and it is our mission to continue this work with the support of members at the Allotment in Stretford for years to come.

Learn More

  

To find out about our Social Investment Fund & Trafford Housing Trust visit:

About THT
Our Social Investment
Why Laurus
About THT
Our Social Investment
Why Laurus

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