Sanctuary’s new chairman looks to broaden portfolio


Posted on September 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

Worcester-based Sanctuary Care, a not-for-profit housing association, has appointed Graham Stacy CBE as its new chair. Mr Stacy succeeds Mrs Joan Nash who steps down after six years in the position. While primarily a major provider of social housing, Mr Stacy said Sanctuary was looking to develop in other areas, including care homes. Sanctuary now manages over 36,000 properties in England and Scotland and employs more than 2,300 staff. “In recent years Sanctuary has diversified into new areas such as care and management services, while continuing to deliver large scale community regeneration projects,” Mr Stacy said. “Our workforce has grown by 60 per cent since 2000 and we are set to double again in the next four years. “We wish to remain a leader in the provision of social housing in the UK, but we are also proving that we have the skills and expertise to succeed in other areas, such as in care homes, domiciliary care, student accommodation for universities and key worker accommodation in the NHS. “As a not





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