About Sanctuary

Affordable housing, care, development and commercial services

One of the UK’s leading providers of housing, care and commercial services, Sanctuary employs more than 13,000 people and manages over 105,000 homes throughout England and Scotland, including general rented, retirement living, supported housing, student and key worker accommodation, and care homes.

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Affordable housing

Our portfolio of properties includes general needs housing, supported housing and housing for older people.

Housing

Development

We have an ambitious development programme to deliver more homes than ever before, supporting more people into home ownership, as well as helping to meet the need for additional rented homes.

Development

Care

A leading provider of care homes for older people, we offer a range of long and short-term care across around 100 care homes in England and Scotland.

Care

Commercial

Our commercial directorate includes managing a portfolio of market rent and commercial properties.

Commercial

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Investors

We are committed to building affordable homes and sustainable communities where people choose to live. Visit our Investors section to find out more.

Investors

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A picture of How the pandemic has impacted young people in supported housing
Supported Living, Investors
5 May 2021
How the pandemic has impacted young people in supported housing

Young people may not have been highest risk for coronavirus, but what about the risks to their mental and educational wellbeing? Sara Keetley, our Operations Director - Sanctuary Supported Living, talks exclusively to Inside Housing.

A picture of Joint letter to the Home Secretary, Secretary of State for Health & Social Care and Chancellor of the Exchequer
Care, Supported Living
22 September 2021
Joint letter to the Home Secretary, Secretary of State for Health & Social Care and Chancellor of the Exchequer

Today Sanctuary, with its peers Anchor Hanover, MHA and The Orders of St John Care Trust, and the National Care Forum has sent a joint letter to the Home Secretary, Secretary of State for Health & Social Care and Chancellor of the Exchequer to highlight the staffing issues in the care sector and to express our support for the thousands of hard-working people who have given so much to care for others.

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