In December, we announced that we were looking for a new organisation to lead the shared ownership campaign. This decision followed a strategic review of our work in response to impacts of the pandemic on our business.
The NHF is proud of the campaign and we recognise it still has an important job to do of raising the profile of shared ownership. However, with a smaller team at the NHF we are sadly no longer able to carry on leading this work.
Over the last two months, we explored all options available to us for transferring the campaign across to another organisation, so that it can carry delivering for members into the second year and beyond. Throughout the process we worked with the campaign steering group to get this right.
We are delighted to announce that Keaze have agreed to be the new campaign lead organisation. Keaze are already a campaign partner through Property Booking and they created the sharedownership.net and the Campaign Hub.
Keaze’s knowledge and understanding of our sector makes them well placed to lead the campaign into the future and to build on all of the successes of Year 1.
It’s an exciting time for them as they are launching a new platform to help housing associations to improve the customer's experience when promoting and selling their shared ownership homes.
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