Housing Initiatives UK
'Dedicated to providing supported accommodation for people with learning disabilities.'

We are active members of a range of company's associated with disabilities, housing and mental health. We work in partnership with them and also a number of local Support Care Providers to deliver a high standard of services to our tenants.


NLA seek a fair legal and regulatory environment for landlord and tenant, and actively lobby the government at all levels on behalf of their members. They also help ensure that their members are aware of their statutory rights and responsibilities. They support over 65,000 Members and Associates, ranging from full-time landlords with large property portfolios to those with houses-of-multiple-occupancy or with single bedroom flats.

They are an independent registered charity with a borough-wide brief to assist and support voluntary community and faith sector (VCF) activity across the Sefton metropolitan district and neighbourhood.


BILD is the British Institute of Learning Disabilities. They want people with learning disabilities to be valued equally, participate fully in their communities and be treated with dignity and respect. Their services help develop organisations who provide services, and the people who give support.

They are an independent registered charity with a borough-wide brief to assist and support voluntary community and faith sector (VCF) activity across the Sefton metropolitan district and neighbourhood.

Sefton CVS /

Sefton CVS is a registered charity (No. 1024546) constituted as a company limited by guarantee without share capital registered in England and Wales (Number 2832920) originally founded in 1974.

They are an independent registered charity with a borough-wide brief to assist and support voluntary community and faith sector (VCF) activity across the Sefton metropolitan district and neighbourhood.

National Housing Federation /

The National Housing Federation is the voice of affordable housing in England. We believe that everyone should have the home they need at a price they can afford.

That’s why we represent the work of housing associations and campaign for better housing. Our members provide two and a half million homes for more than five million people. And each year they invest in a diverse range of neighbourhood projects that help create strong, vibrant communities.

Volunteer Centre Sefton /

Volunteer Centre Sefton works with individuals and organisations in the borough of Sefton to promote, deliver and develop high quality voluntary opportunities.

The Volunteer Centre supports the increasing number of people engaged in volunteering in Sefton by referring potential volunteers to voluntary opportunities within the voluntary and statutory sector. The Volunteer Centre also supports accreditation and recognition of volunteers by providing certificates of achievement.

Disability Rights /

Disability Rights UK are disabled people leading change, working to create a society where everyone with lived experience of disability or health conditions can participate equally as full citizens.


The Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH) is the professional body for people who work in housing with members worldwide.

Regenerus /

Formerly known as South Sefton Development Trust, Regenerus was created in 2004 as the body to continue the regeneration work of South Sefton Partnership, the Government-funded initiative that came to an end in spring 2007.

The Development Trust achieved a spectacular coup with its first project when it brought Antony Gormley’s Another Place to Crosby beach. This major installation by the Angel of the North artist features 100 life-size iron figures looking out to sea. The sculptures attracted so much interest that a major campaign which succeeded was launched to keep them in Sefton permanently.

Locality /

Locality is a fair and diverse society where every neighbourhood thrives and where local people determine their future together.

Locality's mission is to develop a network of ambitious and enterprising community-led organisations with a strong, collective voice and to inspire community action so that every neighbourhood thrives.

Care Support Partners.

Nugent Care /

Nugent Care is a charitable organisation which offers a diverse range of support to adults and children across Liverpool and throughout the North West of England.

The origins of Nugent Care date back to the 1800’s and the pioneering work of Father James Nugent (1822-1905) in relation to child welfare, relief from poverty and social reform. The work of Father Nugent had a dramatic impact on the lives of thousands of vulnerable people and his work continues to this day through Nugent Care.

Alternative Futures /

Formerly First Initiatives, Alternative Futures have a strong track record of more than 20 years, Alternative Futures are one of the UK’s largest health and social care charities, currently supporting around 1,200 people across the UK and employing over 2,500 staff.

Alternative Futures work locally in the community and through our Treatment and Recovery Centres to provide a wide range of innovative and bespoke care services delivering life-enhancing person centered support to people with a diverse range of care needs.

Warren Care /

Warren Care have over 19 years' experience of providing and assessing for care. Whether you are looking for domestic help, personal care or a support service WarrenCare can help you find the right answer.

Warren Care deliver person centered and bespoke services to over 500 people per week across the Merseyside area and Wirral. WarrenCare are proud to be preferred partners and accredited suppliers to Sefton Council and Wirral MBC.

Expect is registered with the Care Quality Commission (CQC) as a domiciliary and residential service, providing a range of services for people living with mental illness and/ or learning disabilities.

Expect uphold a strong community approach and focus the efforts of highly trained, motivated staff on supporting some of the most isolated individuals in the community. Expect is a charity that emphasises the benefits of inclusion and social integration, operating an alternative approach to institutionalised care and support.

Select Support Partnerships value base is highlighted in their statement “Together inspiring a better future”. They believe that through working in genuine collaborative partnership with the service user, staff team, care coordinator, family, and community partners that we can make a real difference to the lives of the people they support, working together to inspire a better future.