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CHS Group is all about people. We’re about the 7,000 people living in our affordable homes. We’re about the 2,000 people who choose to rely on our care, support and community investment services, and about the CHS team of 400 people listening to our customers who make sure we deliver the high quality services they want. Find out more about what we do here
Our Corporate Plan for 2017-22 sets out our corporate objectives and how we will achieve them
Our experience means we can take both the long-term view and a fresh look at issues which cut across traditional policy boundaries.
We’re excited by our potential to innovate and create new opportunities and choices.
CHS Group is the trading name of The Cambridge Housing Society Ltd, an exempt charity: HMRC Charity no X81275. CHS is a society registered for the benefit of the community with the FCA under the Co-operative and Community Benefit Societies Act 2014: registered society no 10457R. Homes & Communities Agency: registered no L0992. Our Governing Board is made up of paid and volunteer members from the local community and is responsible for the overall strategies and policies of CHS. CHS complies fully with the National Housing Federation’s 2015 Code of Governance and its 2012 Code of Conduct.
Being fair and ethical is key to our work. We are creative, responsive and ambitious. Our people need to reflect these qualities and our success is entirely dependent on our employees and their commitment.
We are a major employer in the area and we aim to be the best! If you want to join an organisation that truly makes a difference you're in the right place.
Founded in 1927, you can find out more about our history here.
CHS Group has prepared a Value for Money self-assessment which aims to demonstrate to our stakeholders how we are achieving value for money in delivering our business purpose and objectives and how we are meeting the Value for Money Standard within the Regulatory Framework. Our aim is to enable stakeholders to understand the return on assets measured against our objectives, set out the costs of delivering specific services and evidence the value for money gains that have been and will be made.
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