• New research

    Our latest research has revealed that building more wheelchair user homes for disabled people, from children to adults over 66, could save the public purse millions over a 10 year period.

    Find out more here

  • Living not existing webinar

    Following Accessible Homes Week 2023 we ran an associated online event to delve into our research, Living not existing: The economic & social value of wheelchair user homes.

    Watch the recording of the webinar

  • Accessible Homes Week

    From 4-8 September we ran a week of action to celebrate what an accessible home can do for a person's wellbeing & overall quality of life. 


    Learn more about the week

  • HoME

    Join the Housing Made for Everyone (HoME) coalition of 10 organisations calling for urgent action to tackle the UK's acute and growing shortage of accessible homes.


    Find out more here

Habinteg news

Government must act and bring in accessible and adaptable homes standard

Habinteg Chief Executive Nick Apetroaie welcomes Labour’s recent pledge to create a ‘grey belt’ and it’s five ‘golden rules’ – but what about the quality and longer-term suitability of such new homes,...

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Habinteg welcomes new Director of Assets

Habinteg Housing Association has appointed Russell Grainge as Director of Assets, responsible for all areas of Asset Management including strategy, planned and reactive maintenance as well as complian...

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More than one million households waiting for a home

A new analysis of housing waiting list figures by the National Housing Federation shows the average wait for a social housing property in England is five and a half years....

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Habinteg helps to shape London’s future accessibility

Recommendations made by Habinteg and the Centre for Accessible Environments (CAE) as part of a panel reviewing the London Plan 2021 have been sent in an open letter to London’s Mayor....

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A new approach to hearing the voice of disabled tenants

Habinteg tenant, and chair of the Joint Strategic Impact Group, Cathy Smith discusses Habinteg’s approach to tenant engagement, the importance of tenant voice, and why JS...

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PlaceShapers announces new member

Habinteg Housing Association has joined the PlaceShapers network of more than 100 community-focused housing associations....

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Habinteg presents evidence to DLUHC’s Disabled People in the Housing Sector inquiry

Habinteg contributed evidence to the Department of Levelling Up, Housing and Communities Select Committee’s ongoing inquiry into Disabled People in the Housing Sector in February 2024....

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Habinteg partners with Hounslow to boost borough’s accessible homes

Through a strategic partnership with London Borough of Hounslow, Habinteg unveils the first of 13 new accessible and adaptable developments in the region....

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Accessible homes drive health equity and growth, says Nick Apetroaie

Habinteg CEO Nick Apetroaie discusses how health inequality, and disabled people's experience of housing, drives his day-to-day work at Habinteg....

Media contact

For all media enquiries, in the first instance:

Email comms@habinteg.org.uk  outlining your enquiry, giving your deadline and your contact details.

If necessary, please follow up with a phone call to:

Jess Mackinnon, Media and Communications Officer, on 07761 055 981.

Sharon Herbert, Interim Head of Communications and Engagement, on 07592 374 158.