History of PHA Homes

History of PHA Homes

Set up in 1974, PHA Homes is a traditional housing association that is committed to meeting the housing needs of local people.

With stock largely consisting of general needs housing, PHA Homes also has shared ownership properties, leasehold properties for the over 55s and some supported housing for people with learning difficulties.

For the first ten years after being established, the Association was run and managed by a group of volunteers, with staff employed for specific tasks or to deal with the amount of paper work as the stock grew from two properties to almost forty.

The first office base was a small room rented from the Voluntary Centre at the back of Winton House in the High Street, Petersfield but by 1988, the Winton House Trust agreed to build an extension to the back of the house with two rooms for the use of PHA Homes.

In 1994 the office was moved to larger rented accommodation at 28 The Spain and five years later in 1999, to 32, Lavant Street,  a three-storey building plus basement was purchased.

In 2020 the office was relocated to 32 Dragon Street in Petersfield and the offices in Lavant Steet were converted into a two bed flat.

PHA Homes is a member of the Wayfarer Consortium, a progressive group of housing associations.

Wayfarer’s mission is to work together with national and local government to deliver a common goal to increase the supply of necessary affordable housing in southern England.

By working together, members are able to achieve more than they would by operating alone.

In all of its operations, PHA Homes aims to maintain high levels of customer satisfaction and meaningful resident engagement, enhance the housing stock to meet present and future customer needs, develop quality affordable homes for those in need and be a strong, viable and outward-looking organisation that has an excellent local reputation.

“I love my new kitchen, thank you.”

Miss E

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Mrs Y