Housing association builds on success with new Fox Valley office

Housing association builds on success with new Fox Valley office

Housing association builds on success with new Fox Valley office

Jul 2017

IKE Housing is the latest company to move to the Harry Brearley House offices at North Sheffield’s Fox Valley development.

IKE Supported Housing have relocated there Head Office from Manvers, Rotherham to Fox Valley to allow expansion.

The ideal location of the scheme which is close to the M1 allows the team easy access to all of their housing developments.

IKE Housing was established in 2003 and is a Not for Profit housing association providing and managing Specialised Supported Housing for adults with Autism, Asperger’s, and Learning and Physical Disabilities.

The company’s new office is home to four Operational team members and is located on the first floor of Harry Brearley house next to Fit20.

Company Director Martyn Smith said “We are delighted with our new offices at Fox Valley- the surroundings are beautiful and the new space will allow our business to continue expanding”

“At IKE we see our role as providing our Tenants with all the support necessary to maintain their tenancy in order to help them lead a more independent life. With Fox Valley being ideally situated close to the M1 we will be able to provide a high level of support to our tenants located anywhere between Durham and Worcester”.

Dransfield Properties Development Surveyor Dave Hale said “we are delighted to welcome Martyn and the team to our Harry Brearley House offices at Fox Valley and wish them all the very best in their new premises”.

For more information about IKE Housing Support please visit https://www.ikeshl.com/wp/.

For further information about office lettings at Fox Valley please visit http://www.foxvalleysheffield.co.uk/offices.

For further information, contact:-

Public Relations Department, Dransfield Properties Ltd
Tel: 01226 360644
Email: pr@dransfield.co.uk

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