St Peter’s (Saltley) is a small, community-based housing association located in Saltley, Birmingham.
We have 99 flats within three buildings on our main site, six houses within the local area and two hostels offering 43 units of homeless accommodation. The hostels are let and managed on our behalf by Spring Housing.
Many of St Peter’s (Saltley)’s tenants face an increasing challenge to maintain their tenancies as a result of the government’s welfare reform agenda and we go beyond legislative requirements in order to help improve the lives of our customers.
We are committed to helping our tenants to have sustainable tenancies and support them to become active members of the community.
If a tenant has problems maintaining their tenancy, we can offer help and signpost them to find the right assistance, liaising with other agencies such as benefit agencies, Social Services, support networks or the police, where relevant.
Where possible we assist and work with the local community to providing services which enhance and improve the quality of life of residents.
This mission is underpinned by our Values:
Commitment – we are committed to our neighbourhood, we deliver quality, provide effective services which are delivered with integrity
Openness – we value opinion and engage with staff and tenants to hear their views. We are transparent in our decision making.
Working together – our work is community-focused, and we share a sense of ownership and power with our tenants to ensure that empowerment is at the heart of our work.
Local flexibility – our service is personalised and sensitive to individual and community need.