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Victory's new website

Welcome to Victory Housing's new website! The new site is the outcome of a project led by residents to design and deliver a website that was accessible and relevant to residents, compatible with all devices (phones, tablets, PCs), efficient to use and navigate and simple to maintain and keep up to date. ...

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Value for Money Self Assessment 2015

  Victory is committed to operating economically, efficiently and effectively and maximising value for residents and local communities. The concepts of Value for Money (VfM) and Social Value are embedded in Victory’s vision to ‘invest in communities’ and mission to ‘become the housing provider of choice’, and the corporate objective to ‘provide first class value for money services’. Value for Money Self Assessment 2015.pdf [pdf] 182KB ...

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December Residents' Assembly

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Portalfield, Stalham

15 New Sheltered Homes handed over in Stalham

  Keys to the homes were handed over to the new residents by John Archibald of Victory – which has invested £1.9 million in building the new homes, situated on the site of the old bedsit block at Portalfield in the town. Amongst those moving in was Rita Smith, who had lived in the former bedsits, and who declared herself delighted with her new home (see below for more details). The nine one-bedroom homes and six two-bedroom homes (two of which are wheelchair adapted) incorporate many features which were asked for by residents during a consultation process conducted by Victory, including individual gardens, each with a shed; a covered porch with external socket (which can be used for a mobility scooter); and adequate parking spaces close by. There is also a new communal room for residents, with its own garden.  The new homes have been built by Dove Jeffrey Homes. John Archibald, chief executive of Victory Housing Trust, said, “This is the culmination of a project to replace outdated bedsit accommodation with quality sheltered homes.  We have invested £1.9 million here in Stalham to achieve this, and the result is a development of homes which will be much more suitable for the needs of today’s and tomorrow’s older people. “This has been a long process, and one which has necessarily involved some disruption for residents here at Portalfield.  It is a particular delight to welcome back those residents who moved out of the old bedsit accommodation – and to hear them say, when they see their new homes, that all of the upheaval has been worth it.” Case Study – Rita Smith 81-year-old Rita Smith has lived at Portalfield for around ten years, and was one of those living in the former bedsits before they were demolished to make way for the new homes.  She moved to a bungalow in St Benet’s Close while the work was going on, and at first was not intending to return ...

Recent publications

Recent Publications

Autumn Victory News Cover

The Autumn 2015 issue of our quarterly resident magazine – Victory News – is now available.


VFM Homepage

Value for Money Self Assessment

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