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Magna Housing is delighted to welcome Joanne Martin as their new Director of Customer Operations. This new appointment is part of a new executive structure to lead the company through their three-year Brilliant Basics strategy and beyond.
We’re proud to announce that the Regulator of Social Housing has rated Magna Housing as G1 for governance and V1 for financial viability again this year. This is the highest rating given by the regulator, recognising our strong governance and viability.
At Magna, we are committed to supporting victims and survivors of domestic abuse.
From 25 November to 10 December, we will again be taking part in the 16 Days of Action Against Domestic Violence by using the #16DaysOfAction hashtag in our social media posts. Our aim is to highlight some of the types of abuse people may experience and the support and advice that is available to them.
People in Gillingham will be able to benefit from a new housing development offering extra care thanks to investment from Magna Housing, Dorset Council and Homes England.
Our chief Executive Selina White explains how Magna is using its new values to provide a greater understanding of black history and culture.
Keeping our customers safe is our number one priority.
Last year was a challenge for everyone – a pandemic that disrupted the world and changed the way we do things in every aspect.
Are you interested in shaping our future homes? Or making our current ones greener?
Magna will be building 2,000 new homes over the next 10 years and we are delighted to be supported with a significant boost from Homes England to support the first 300 of these.
At Magna, our vision is to create great homes together - with our colleagues, our customers, through partnerships and with our local community.
A great home means different things to different people and we’re always keen to know what it means to our customers and community. Recently, Stephanie Lloyd-Foxe, Building Safety Manager at Magna, organised a full-day event for 175 students in year 10, at The Woodroffe School in Lyme Regis, to design a home of the future.
As part of its commitment to invest in the work of local communities, Magna Housing has donated materials to support the opening of the new Fontmell Down Forest School.