Our history

SW9 Community Housing came into being in April 2016; but we’ve been working in Stockwell Park for much longer.

Our journey with the Stockwell Park community began in 2005 when the Estate’s residents selected Network Housing Group as the housing association that they wanted their homes to transfer to from Lambeth Council.

In 2007, when ownership of the homes was transferred to Network’s subsidiary, Community Trust Housing (CTH), Network made a number of promises. Over the nine years that followed, Network and CTH worked tirelessly to deliver on those promises, investing over £250 million into regenerating the area and building much-needed, new and modern homes for local people.

In 2016, Network Housing Group consolidated its group structure to become a single organisation, Network Homes. At the same time it created a new, resident-led, locally-focussed, housing management organisation for Stockwell Park to reflect the area’s unique history of community leadership. And so it was that in April 2016, SW9 Community Housing came into being to manage the homes previously managed by Community Trust Housing (CTH).

As SW9 Community Housing, we are able to focus exclusively on our residents and the local area. We’re here to serve them to the very best of our ability and we’re committed to continuously improving everything we do.