Leazes Homes is an affordable housing provider based in Newcastle upon Tyne in the North East of England. We offer a range of housing options to those in need, from family homes to supported living for older people and those with additional care needs.
Leazes Homes was set up in 2009 by Newcastle City Council and became an independent charity, limited by guarantee to provide social housing, in 2012. Leazes Homes is registered in England and Wales with the Charity Commission Registered No.6888341. You can visit their site here. The charity’s governing document is its Articles of Association, you can click the link to view. We have a Board of seven Trustees which is chaired by Dawn Keightley. You can find out more about our Trustees here and read our most recent Board papers here. Leazes Homes’ charitable objects are to provide affordable homes and support for people in need by:
- the efficient development of new social housing
- becoming a preferred partner of organisations in the social housing field
- becoming a landlord of choice for social housing tenants in the north east
- developing a specific focus on special needs developments.
You can discover more about how we do this on various other pages of this website. Leazes Homes is regulated by Homes Community Agency, working in partnership to deliver affordable housing, visit their site for more information. Leazes Homes subscribes to the Housing Ombudsman Service, a free, independent and impartial service thats looks at complaints about registered providers of social housing. If you have a complaint please see our Complaints Policy. To find out more about the Housing Ombudsman visit their site.