Southern Housing Group has released its 2012/13 Annual Review which illustrates the highlights of what was another successful year for the Group.
As it has for the last several years, the Group remains solid in the ongoing challenging financial climate, posting a £39 million surplus in 2012/13.
The Group's social and community regeneration work also continues to evolve and provide residents with a range of additional services including helping people to get online, manage their money and find work. This year for example, our Southern Works programme helped 81 residents find paid employment and another 144 find work experience, volunteering, education or training opportunities.
Group Chief Executive Tom Dacey said, "We are very proud of our work over the past 12 months and our continued focus on people and places.
"Through our Social and Economic Regeneration Department, we are busy building sustainable communities and helping people access a broad range of services that we and our partners provide.
"At the same time, we continue to build upon the legacy of our founder Samuel Lewis - housing those in need. This includes working households, who often find themselves too rich for social housing, but too poor to buy a home on the open market.
Through our diverse product range, such as social and affordable rent, shared ownership and outright sales, we provide a range of housing options for people across London and the south east."
The Annual Review is now available as an interactive PDF on Southern Housing Group's website.