• Orbit staff spring into action for community clean up

    Twenty staff from across Orbit armed with 65 litres of paint, a bundle of brushes and a wheelbarrow of tools, came together to clean up Chiltern Court in Rushden.

  • Waveney MP visits Orbit's supported housing in Lowestoft

    Waveney MP Peter Aldous, visited two supported housing schemes in Lowestoft to see first-hand the support and facilities available to people living in supported housing as part of his campaign to secure future funding.

  • Orbit Group welcomes two new Board members

    Orbit Group is delighted to have appointed two new Non-Executive Directors to its Group Board. Andy Hobart and David Weaver bring extensive experience from the customer services and financial sectors.

  • Orbit triumphs with housing awards shortlist trio

    Recognised for its community initiatives, digital innovation, and high-quality developments, 39,000-home housing association Orbit has been shortlisted for a number of awards celebrating the best the sector has to offer across the Midlands.

  • What is pay to stay?

    Pay to stay is a Government policy where social landlords can charge tenants with an income of over £30,000 (£40,000 in Greater London) market or near market rents. Market rents are the average rent for all similar properties in the area, not just discounted housing association and Council rents. Housing associations have discretion over whether or not to implement higher rents for tenants with these income levels.

  • Orbit recognised as Top Employer

    Orbit has been recognised as an Inside Housing Innovation Index Top Employer for 2016.

  • Housing associations call for more freedom to meet government's housebuilding targets

    Orbit and four of the country's other leading housing associations have worked with think tank Policy Exchange to release a report calling for more freedom in order to meet the government's housebuilding targets.

  • Better Days is here!

    Whether its spending more time with the family, trying something difference or having the confidence to go out and meet other people: the new, free Orbit Better Days programme could be just the thing you’re looking for.

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