We're building across west London to deliver homes, community facilities and commercial units to benefit local people and businesses.
Our buildings and services have won national and international awards and local recognition. Click here to see our awards.
Hounslow council leader, Cllr Steve Curran, said: "SBHG is one of our key partners. They’re our premier partner in helping us deliver affordable social housing in the borough. It’s heartening to see we can have a real impact to help change people’s lives for the better. SBHG always deliver on development. They work with us and make it happen for local people.”
And our residents love the homes we build as well. After waiting 16 years to find the right home for her family, Ms Jacobs, moved into one our new homes in Hounslow. She said: "This is a lovely community and a lovely home. I’ve met our neighbours and our children play together.”
We are committed to building homes that meet the needs of the local community and deliver what local residents need. We are building homes of mixed tenure including for social rent and shared ownership.
What's in a name...
We always like to find a name that has meaning to the local community and reflects the history, design and purpose of the building. We always look to honour our buildings' identies and the communities they belong to.
Did you know?...
Art Wood Apartments in West Drayton are named after the local artist, Arthur Wood, who designed the Rolling Stones album covers. He was Ronnie Wood's brother. The art work displayed inside the building was a gift from Arthur's family, who said: "What a dream come true for Art. He would have loved it."
This is an adapted Victorian school house offering affordable homes and a community hub run by the Fulham Partnership Trust.
Holland Gardens is a modern development with communal green spaces near the river in Brentford.
Our residents say...
Caroline Huntingford lives in one of new homes in Calverton Place in Horsenden.
“I had a stroke and had to move out of my upstairs flat. This place was a saviour – I started to cry when I saw it. I was so overwhelmed. This place is massive. I have enough space to get my wheelchair around it. It really suits my needs. It’s nice to be by the ‘countryside’. It is quiet around here. There are a couple of local shops. The staff were really helpful when I moved in.”
Creating quality homes together
We work with Octavia Housing and Origin Housing as ‘Connected’. Together we've delivered 2600 homes since 2005. Connected’s new homes have received high profile local and national awards for design, sustainability and sales.
In 2014 Connected was allocated £18,347,667 in the Mayor’s Housing Covenant to build 718 new homes.
Richard Blakeway, then the Deputy Mayor for housing said "...the Greater London Authority (GLA) is looking forward to working with you to deliver the affordable homes that London needs.”
In a joint statement Connected's chief executives said: “This allocation means we can build more homes that are truly affordable in some of the most expensive areas of the capital, creating truly inclusive communities.”