On this page you will find downloadable versions of our key publications. Partnership Press is our quarterly magazine for customers. It’s full of useful information and advice for both tenants and leaseholders. Our annual reports review our corporate and financial performance at the end of each financial year.
On the customer's side - RHP's Annual Report 2011/12 now available
You can now download RHP's Annual Report 2011/12. The Report is welcomed by Ayo Ajayi-Obe, an RHP customer of six years and John Newbury, RHP's new Chair.
Ayo talks about his experiences of being a Chair of his area panel and a member of RHP's equality and diversity committee and RHP is dedicated to empowering its customers. John goes on to discuss how RHP has focused on improving services and giving customers more choice, convenience and control throughout the year. He also talks about how RHP is responding to the UK's housing shortage by planning to build 148 homes over the next three years.
David Done, RHP's Cheif Executive is featured in an interviewed conducted by an RHP customer who is a journalist. The Report also included performance and financial information for 2011/12. Each section of the Report includes a customer story that brings to life how RHP works with its customers including a story on Donna Lyall, an RHP customer who found employment through the ONE Event, RHP's job opportunities event.
We hope you find the Report informative but also an interesting read. If you would like any further details about anything in the Report please contact email@example.com
Spring Partnership Press – out now!
Download the latest edition of Partnership Press from the 'Downloads' section in the top right-hand corner of this page.
Find out how more about the 'bedroom tax' introduced this month, more about our apprenticeship scheme and our new repairs contract which is begins in June.
For previous issues of Partnership Press or annual reports click on the two links above, where you will find archive issues.
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