Our resident information leaflets are on web pages across this website – just go to resident services for more information.
Shareholding members can find copies of all reports and documents relating to the AGM 2019 here
Your 2019 annual report is published with your autumn edition of Hometalk at the end of September. The report - called We are Soha - gives an overview of Soha’s key performance achievements for the financial year April 2018 to March 2019. 2018/19 saw the first full year of Soha as a mutual organisation with residents as shareholding members. The Annual Report 2018-19 is available here.
A printed copy of the Soha annual report is mailed to every resident, even those who otherwise prefer not to receive printed publications, an option you can activate here. Annual reports are also available in various alternative formats including audio. Contact us for more information.
The plan follows Soha’s 'approach to excellence' and sets out what we want people to feel about Soha – namely that we're ambitious, responsive, listening, effective and excellent. Our ideal is to hear these words from our tenants first, and then our partners.
This document sets out Soha’s vision and strategic direction for the next four years, with practical meaning given to these aspirations through two-year objectives and measures. It is intended to be both ambitious and grounded in the reality of what we can achieve and what’s important to our tenants, both now and in the future. The Corporate Plan 2017-21 is available here.
Each year we produce a set of accounts to let you know how we are doing financially. These accounts are audited to make sure they have been prepared properly. They show all of the income we have received and the money we have spent during the year.
Our magazine, Hometalk, is sent out to residents or you can choose to receive it by email. Hometalk is also available in large print and audio versions on request. The Spring 2020 issue of Hometalk is available here.
Tenants' Times is written by a dedicated group of Soha residents and community journalists. If you're interested in being part of the next edition, email the editor.
Value for Money statement
Soha doesn’t make a profit because all our income is spent on existing and new homes and communities. Value for Money (VfM) simply means getting the best outcome for your money. Achieving VfM means that we are able to provide good quality homes and services at a reasonable cost. It also means that we help to meet local housing need by developing new homes.