Today (1 February 2024) marks the official start of our partnership with Stonewater, which is set to bring benefits and new homes to residents and communities across Surrey.
By joining with Stonewater, a national housing provider that manages 37,000 homes, we are in a unique opportunity that will enable both organisations to take advantage of each other’s strengths.
Mount Green’s local service and connection with residents, alongside our partnerships with Surrey and Sussex-based agencies and organisations, developed over our 60-year history, will support Stonewater in its plan to provide resident-centred services alongside quality homes and neighbourhoods with a more boutique, locally focussed offering.
Similarly, in addition to benefiting from Stonewater’s large scale resources in finance, funding and support services, Mount Green residents will now have access to grants provided by Longleigh, the charitable foundation that supports Stonewater customers.
Bill Flood, Chief Executive at Mount Green, said: “We’re excited to have joined Stonewater as we go forward to face current challenges in the housing sector.
“We remain proud of our long history as an independent housing provider but recognise that this new partnership with such an innovative and impactful housing provider opens up more opportunities for our customers and colleagues, as well as continuing to improve homes and core services which remains our number one priority.”
Nicholas Harris, Chief Executive at Stonewater, added: “Stonewater and Mount Green share ambitions to grow and a strong commitment to putting our customers at the heart of what we do, which this partnership will strengthen even further.
“It’s wonderful to have the Mount Green team join us, and to pool our collaborative experience, services, and expertise to ensure we provide homes and help create communities that customers can be proud of.”
We’ll be sharing more information about the partnership and support available to residents in the coming weeks. To stay up-to-date, make sure you follow us on Facebook.