Mitre Housing

Mitre Housing Association has 143 properties across Cumbria.

The Association's first successful development was at Chapel Stile, Langdale in 1984. Eight 3 bed roomed family houses were built, the majority of which are still occupied by the original tenants. Developments followed at Bolton, Cliburn, Appleby, Braithwaite, Carlisle (Belah), Lorton, Windermere and Low Hesket.

43 properties in Workington came to the Association following a Transfer of Engagements in 1997 between the Workington Housing Association and the Diocesan Association.

In the main the Association focuses on rural developments, ideally providing small groups of six to eight units which can be integrated into the life of the local community.

The aim of the Association is to house people of all ages who are in need of accommodation at affordable rents. The organisation enjoys charitable status and is controlled by a voluntary Management Committee; Mitre Housing has appointed Eden Housing as our managing agents: click here to go to the appropriate section of their website


Mitre Housing Downloads

Mitre Annual Report 2013Mitre Annual Report 2013
File size over 1MB  2243kb    File date 23 Apr 2014
Mitre Annual Report 2012Mitre Annual Report 2012
File size over 1MB  1968kb    File date 23 Apr 2014

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