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The 2017 Sutton Housing Society Annual General Meeting

The 2017 Sutton Housing Society Annual General meeting will be held at:

Cloverdale Court, 10 – 14 Stanley Park Road, Wallington, Surrey SM6 0EU

The time and date of the meeting is:

7.00pm THURSDAY, 28 SEPTEMBER 2017

 The Society’s President, The Worshipful the Mayor of the London Borough of Sutton Councillor Jean Crossby, will conduct the meeting.

Refreshments will be served afterwards.

All residents are invited and are very welcome to attend. Please let us know if you will be coming, by Thursday, 21 September 2017, so that we can arrange seating and refreshments. You can either tell your Community Housing Services Officer, telephone 020 8642 1500 (Option 2 then Option 1) or e.mail info@shsoc.org.uk.

The Sutton Housing Society 2016-17 Annual Report will be available on our website. Please visit:

suttonhousingsociety.org.uk\About Us\Publications

Please note that unfortunately there is no parking for guests / visitors available at the scheme but for local bus routes and information on public car parks, please click here.

Cheerleading at Cloverdale Court

On Saturday 24th June, residents at Cloverdale Court were treated to an energetic performance from a local cheerleading group, Unity, in the garden of Cloverdale Court. Tenants waved their pompoms with great enthusiasm, thoroughly enjoying themselves. Afterwards the girls from Unity made cards for the residents and spent time chatting with them.

To view images from the event, please click here.

Millers Ark Farm

Millers Ark Farm comes to Cloverdale Court

On Friday 26 May, Sutton Housing Society and the Triangle Day Centre welcomed the Millers Ark Farm to Cloverdale Court, Wallington – and a wonderful afternoon was enjoyed by all.

Many tenants from the Housing with Care scheme and clients of the Day Centre, together with visitors from Sutton Housing Society’s Older Peoples schemes Trickett House and Robertson House, enjoyed a wonderful afternoon looking at and petting the goats, donkey, lambs, chickens and guinea pigs to name but a few.

This was a great event, bringing older people together, most of whom no longer have pets but are able to talk and reminisce about the pets and animals they have had throughout their lives.

To view images from the event, please click here.

Vision & Values

SHS has recently reviewed its Vision for the future and the SHS Values that underpin our work.

SHS’s Vision is:

  • Investing our resources we are proud to provide affordable, well maintained quality homes
  • With charitable status and as a specialist provider of homes for the independent over 55’s, we continue to invest for the changing needs of Sutton
  • Our highly professional staff are dedicated to responding to the needs of our tenants and developing a sense of community

SHS’s Values are:

  • Passionate about doing what’s right
  • People focussed and stronger together
  • Professional and effective
  • Caring, responsive and flexible

Our staff are committed to “living” the values and providing great services to our tenants.