• Tenants

Case Histories

With over 210 tenancy solutions for vulnerable adults achieved, the homes T.P Properties has produced have often had to balance innovation with monetary constraints, time demands and the specific needs of the tenant.  We have a strong understanding of creative working practices throughout the development phase of a new build, or implementation of a renovation, and our portfolio demonstrates this. 

Our services are commissioned by health trusts, local authorities, support organisations and in some specific instances by the individual tenant.  Putting customer service, partnership and quality at the heart of our offering, we aim to develop relationships that are founded upon trust, common commitments and a desire to ‘get the job done’ with ' 'I' at the centre.'

It is our belief that we act as an excellent partner, illustrated through high levels of repeat business.  Providing our customers with homes, not houses, is what makes the difference.  Our commitment to the citizenship rights of tenants has resulted in an organically grown enterprise that is proud to rest on its previous successes.

Where a change of home or location seems the best option, our experienced team has helped support people and their significant others to realise the potential benefit that a move will have on their health and lifestyle.  The tenant is central.  We bring parties together to ensure that people have the right advice and support needed to maintain their new property successfully, maintain care and support requirements and to integrate into the community confidently. 

We feel that our work drivers in this current fiscal climate are best described by Gary Wells, Assistant Director of Housing at Doncaster Metropolitan Borough Council (DMBC), who said in 'A Foot In The Door' that,

'We realised that we could either fight over the bare cupboard of funding, or reposition ourselves as local facilitators and leaders, helping our partners use housing as a way to work together to design better services that deliver shared priorities and better health outcomes.'

Together we help to propogate cost neutral or low cost opportunities that improve health and wellbeing.