Find out more about Liverpool Housing Partnership partners


Willmott Dixon

Willmott Dixon is a contracting, residential development and property support company that recently won a Queen’s Award for Enterprise for Sustainable Development. There are three streams to their business:

In the Capital Works division, it works with government, local authority, RP and private sector clients, delivering capital projects in education, justice, retail, health and private social housing. They also deliver interior design and fit-out services, plus sustainability consultancy to meet the low carbon challenges we all face

In the Regen division, they develop high quality residential units for sale through their company Prime Place, often as part of mixed-use projects and, through be:here, they are involved in developing and managing residential accommodation for the private rental sector

In Support Services, they deliver a range of planned, preventative and responsive care to property, which includes maintaining over 180,000 homes across the UK and providing a fast efficient service to a number of commercial brands. They are also an official Green Deal and ECO provider with an in-house expertise to improve energy efficiency for residents and corporate property owners alike.

Liverpool Mutual Homes (LMH)

LMH was created in 2008 after a stock transfer saw it take over Liverpool Council’s remaining 15,000 properties, making it the city’s largest housing association.

On its fifth birthday in April 2013, LMH announced it had exceeded all 135 promises it made to the local authority as part of the transfer agreement. These included improving all 15,000 homes to exceed the government’s Decent Homes Standard compared to just 60% at transfer.

LMH’s environmental policy – GIFT (Green Initiatives For Tomorrow) – underpins all its work and instils a green culture among its people and communities.

LMH created a Social Dividend that reinvests profits to fund schemes that support tenants and communities, address deprivation and promote inclusion


Award winning homebuilder delivering more than 4,700 new homes per year across England and Wales from starter properties through to family homes, large luxurious villas and prestigious city centre apartments. Redrow has strong environmental credentials and prides itself on creating sustainable communities.

Liverpool City Council

Liverpool City Council provides essential services to residents, businesses and visitors to Liverpool as well as civic leadership and governance. It is led by Mayor Joe Anderson who was elected in 2012 with a mandate to deliver 5,000 new homes, 12 new schools, a cleaner, green city and attract investment and jobs