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Sanctuary Housing - Midlands

Sanctuary Housing manages more than 14,000 homes in the heart of England.

We have a wide range of homes available to rent or buy and are committed to providing quality homes and excellent services that meet the needs of the local community.

A mother smiles happily with her two young children in the living room of their Midlands home.

General rented housing provides affordable homes for people on low incomes. Our rented properties are available at lower rents than the open market.

If you would like to apply to live in a Sanctuary Housing home, please call us on 0800 131 3348 or 0300 123 3511. If you’re already a Sanctuary Housing resident or live in one of our homes in a different area of the country, you may be able to transfer.

Change of circumstances

Should your circumstances change, please let us know by filling in the 'Change of Circumstances' section on our online form.

Sanctuary provides high quality schemes which benefit from a scheme manager service, allowing residents to live comfortably, securely and independently.

Residents have their own self-contained accommodation; services include a dedicated scheme manager responsible for the management of the building and communal areas, 24 hour in-house telecare service and a separate 24 hour phone line to report any repairs or raise enquiries.

For further information:

  • For further information about housing for older people in the Midlands, please call us on 0800 917 0092 or 0300 123 3599.

Two elderly residents outside their Midlands homes.

Midlands News

Residents from a Telford housing scheme for older people get together for the grand community lunch event.

Telford older residents host grand lunch event

7 July 2017

Residents from a Telford housing scheme for older people have joined other local people for a grand community lunch event.

Worcester social club share the love for Valentines .

Worcester social club share the love for Valentines

14 February 2017

Around 140 members of a Worcester social club for adults with learning disabilities have been struck by Cupid’s arrow as they celebrated Valentine’s Day with a love-themed party, thanks to a generous donation.