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    Brent Housing Partnership

    • Address: Brent Housing Partnership
      Chancel House,
      Neasden Lane
      Neasden, London
      NW10 2UF
    • Postcode: NW10 2UF
    • Tel: 020 8937 2363
    • Website: http://www.bhphousing.co.uk/

    Company Information

    Brent Housing Partnership (BHP) is the arms length management organisation (ALMO) company that looks after 13,000 council properties in the London Borough of Brent. We also now own and manage approximately 200 of our own properties.

    We are owned by Brent Council but we run as a separate organisation at 'arms length' from the council, and at the time of our most recent inspection in 2003 was given the highest possible three star rating by the Audit Commission. We were set up to improve the borough's council housing stock through the government's Decent Homes programme. Thousands of tenants have told us how happy they are with their new kitchens and bathrooms.


    We offer support to residents so they can live in their home independently and encourages all our residents to get involved. We also keep communal areas clean, look after gardens, carry out repairs, service gas installations, collect rent and manage problems between neighbours. 

    We are managed by board members. The board consists of residents, councillors and independents. The board meets every two months and all meetings are open to the public.

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