Following continued growth, Arawak Walton moved into mainstream regulation in 2016 due to owning over 1,000 homes.
After completing an In Depth Assessment (IDA), earlier this year, the Homes and Communities Agency awarded Arawak Walton Housing Association a rating of G1/V1. This rating is the highest grading achievable and confirms that Arawak Walton benefits from robust governance and are financially viable respectively.
Ms Cym D’Souza, Arawak Walton’s Chief Executive, said “At a time where the social housing sector faces many challenges, this is a fantastic result. Sound governance and financial stability are essential in allowing us to do what we do in the community.”
As a Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) specialist housing association, we are delighted to be able to evidence that an association born out of the community has grown and flourished and has now achieved the highest regulatory grading possible.
Arawak Walton currently has 1052 properties in Manchester, Trafford and Stockport.