Our Mission

Transforming the delivery of social and affordable housing without grant

Our mission is simple: To deliver homes without the need for public subsidy. Our investment accelerates the development of housing schemes in partnership with councils and housing associations, in partnership with our investors, which include Lloyds Bank and Harcourt Capital.

Don’t just take our word for it, here’s what a few of our clients and partners say…


Liz Cook, Chief Executive at KNH, working with QSH on its Upperthong scheme, said:

“The Upperthong development will provide much needed affordable homes for local people, where, due to a real shortage in reasonably priced rented homes, many people have previously been forced to move further afield.  It will enable people who dream of buying a home, but perhaps need support to build a deposit and credit history, to make those next steps to owning their own homes in an area in which they choose to live.”


Sean Roberts, tenant at Newton Mearns, said:

“I must say the flat is absolutely brilliant, I am loving it. Such an improvement from where I was before and has made a massive difference to my happiness… it has had a remarkable impact on all areas of my life.”


Steve Prime, Chief Executive of South Devon Rural Housing Association, working with QSH on the Ship Hostel development, said:

“We are delighted to be involved in this innovative project which delivers on many levels. It brings in new money to support local housing markets and provides an opportunity for tenants to purchase their home at a discount. In addition the iconic Ship building will be recycled to provide much needed homes for years to come.”


Councillor Val Slater, Bradford Council’s executive member for housing, transport and planning, said:

“The completion of new homes at Chain Street represents a real milestone in the regeneration of Goitside. It’s lovely to see new tenants settling into their properties and for the first time in a long time, they have high quality, well designed homes they can truly be proud to call home.” 


Geraldine Howley, Group Chief Executive of Incommunities, who are working with QSH on the Chain Street regeneration scheme, said:

“We are delighted to be working in partnership with QSH, Bradford Council, the Homes and Communities Agency and Barnfield Construction on the latest stage in the regeneration of the historic Chain Street and Goitside quarter, which offers only four remaining properties to let.”