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Housing Gateway Achievements

Delivering housing for 742 families who have sustained tenancies, in good quality accommodation.

Housing Gateway Achievements

Delivering total savings of £7 million to the Council, double the initial business plan projection.

Housing Gateway Achievements

Holding a portfolio of 544 properties by March 2020.

Housing Gateway Achievements

Maintaining a property portfolio of £128 million enabling it to secure investment for the long term.

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742 Families

Deliver demonstrably, good quality housing for residents on low to medium income levels.

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7 Million

Deliver increased housing supply to the Council by providing an additional 250 units by 2023.

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544 Properties

Deliver an innovative ethical lettings agency and provide an excellent service for tenants and landlords.

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128 Million

Deliver savings to the Council of £1m per year, easing financial pressures which arise from the provision of costly temporary accommodation.

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Street Portfolio

We’re interested in expanding our street portfolio within the borough. If you have a property you think we may be interested in please click the link below.

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Block Portfolio

We also purchase blocks of flats within the borough. If you have an apartment you think we may be interested in please click the link below.

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Welcome to Housing Gateway

Formed in 2014, Housing Gateway Ltd is a wholly owned Enfield Council company.  It’s founding purpose was to assist the Council in reducing its temporary accommodation budget pressure. It offers Assured Shorthold Tenancies against which the Council can discharge its homelessness duties. 

Since Housing Gateway’s inception, it has built up a portfolio of 544 homes and a strong balance sheet.  It has provided a quality housing solution for 742 families and hopes to continue expanding to support the Council’s aims, eradicate the use of temporary accommodation and, prevent homelessness.