Andrew Norrington and Barry Ryan at Digni-Tea Event Feb 2015


Welcome to Estuary Housing Association

We are a not for profit organisation, providing affordable housing and services to our residents.

We currently own and manage over 4000 properties throughout the South East and believe it is important to build communities, not just homes.

Our vision is to provide quality services and to make a positive difference in our communities.

Job Vacancies

Would you like to work for Estuary?

We value staff and believe it is important to provide them with excellent development and training opportunities.

Learn about the benefits of working for us and view our current job vacancies.  If there are no vacancies please visit our site again soon.

Board member applicants Click here for further information.

Homes for Sale

Excellent home ownership opportunities

We offer quality, new build homes for sale.

View the properties we currently have for sale, including part buy/part rent schemes.

Federation of Estuary Residents (FER)

We are your Federation - come and join us, help to make things happen.

The Federation of Estuary Residents  (FER) was founded in 1999 and is made up of Estuary residents who are keen to work on your behalf.

They give advice and support and liaise with Estuary on matters that may concern you.

Venue Hire

Excellent venue hire at competitive rates

We offer a large training suite in central Southend which can be hired out for training and meetings.  Our staff really do focus on being thorough and ensuring a great service for our clients at quality prices. 

Click here for more details.

We also have two halls for hire, click here for more details. 

News and Events

  • As a significant provider of social housing in Essex and the East of London, we have borrowed £40 million from M&G Investments (“M&G”), a leading international investment manager, in a long-term financing deal.


    The 30-year private placement enables us to fulfill our development ambitions of 400 homes over the next three years. Half the homes are to be built in London boroughs and the remainder will be in Essex. Once completed, the developments will bring our total housing stock to around 4,500 properties by 2018.


    Click here to find out more

  • The Fedreation of Estuary Residents is due to meet next on Wednesday, 6th May from 1pm until 2pm at Maitland House, Southend-on-Sea.

    If you have any questions, ideas or issues to raise, the FER would love to hear from you.

    Please note, this meeting replaces the previously scheduled meeting at Havering, which will be rearranged soon.


    Click here to read the full story...

  • The National Housing Federation are calling for all political parties to commit to end the housing crisis within a generation. Show your support by displaying one of the posters in your window.

    I support Homes for Britain poster.pdf [pdf] 795KB

    Worried your children poster.pdf [pdf] 1MB

    The problem:

    • For decades we have failed to build enough new homes. We are currently only building half the number we need every year.
    • Many of us can’t start a family because we can’t afford to move
    • Many adults still live with parents in overcrowded homes.
    • Many of us struggle to afford to keep a roof over our heads, or become homeless
    • The housing crisis is affecting people from all walks of life and all parts of the country.

    The solution:

    The time has come to end the housing crisis. For the sake of the next generation we must act now. The General Election 2015 offers that opportunity to show politicians that the public want to see more homes built and actions taken until everyone has a decent affordable home.

  • Lovell Repairs and Maintenance will now be known as Morgan Sindall Property Services. Building on the Group’s strong commitment to its customers, Morgan Sindall Property Services will offer increased customer value through the delivery of a more focused, personal service locally, supported by the national strength of the Morgan Sindall Group.

    Click here for the full story...

  • Children living in Loom Grove, Weave Court and Rushdon Close, Romford received an early Christmas present from us as we funded new play equipment for the green space outside their homes.

    Click here for more...

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