Our teams are focused on ensuring that each of you has the right home. One that meets your needs; that you can afford and that can act as a springboard for you to dive into all those things you’ve wanted to achieve in life.
From the moment you spot a Bromford property, we want to match you with the right home for you. We want you to feel that the homes are of a good standard when you move in. And then as you progress your time with us, we will invest in the homes to ensure they’re safe and they meet your needs.
We know that we don’t always get this right, but we do listen to your feedback and we are making changes to address the issues you tell us about. As a result, over the last 12 months you have told us that you are seeing an improvement in all our services, but particularly in our repairs services – where 81% of you said you would recommend it to a friend, up from 74% the year before.
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How we've delivered for you
All our homes meet the Government's 'Decent Homes' standard.
We will improve our repairs service.
We want you to rate how well your home works for you, with a target of 8 or more out of 10.
100% of homes should be safe.
100% of our homes met the 'decent homes' standard in 2015/16.
81% of you said you would recommend our repairs service to a friend in 2015/16, compared to 74% in the previous year.
On average you rate your home as 8 out of 10 for how well it works for you.
All of our gas, oil and solid fuel heating systems were inspected for safety and had a valid certificate at the end of the year. We checked over 20,000 systems.
WHAT WE SAID
HOW WE DID
We understand that having the right home for you is a vital part of not only enjoying life, but also feeling able to tackle the challenges of life. That’s why this year we’ve made it one of the key priorities of our business plan for the next four years.
An explanation of the lights: Green means we’re delivering. Amber means we’re very close to achieving the target – within 5% or 0.5. Red means we need to do more, as we’re a distance from achieving the target.