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Our highly experienced team works with housing associations as well as for-profit registered providers across the UK.

We pride ourselves on our responsiveness, attention to detail and advice to create added value to ensure our clients are making well informed decisions. Services include the full suite of Treasury Advisory & Capital Markets work that enable you to continue delivering on your social purpose.

We specialise in bringing ESG and impact into treasury and funding by way of Sustainable Financing Frameworks, Sustainable Reporting and KPI limited assurance.

Depending on the project, we are also able to call upon our colleagues in Newbridge’s Regeneration & Development team to support our social housing clients.

See below for some examples of our work with social housing providers.

Meet your Social Housing leads

Grant Vaughan


Chris Evans


Lee Gibson


Our work in Social Housing

Newbridge worked alongside TGPL from the very early stage merger discussions, providing treasury advisory through to legal completion of the merger.

Raising cash proceeds through an innovative approach, by amending the coupon on a legacy private placement instrument to bring it to an on-market coupon.

Newbridge supported Southern Housing throughout a funding process designed to raise c.£300m of long-term capital funding.

I’m thrilled to issue our first Sustainable Finance Framework. Supported by Newbridge, we’ve set ourselves some bold and transparent ESG objectives, and I’m looking forward to working with our lenders and investors to bring these to life.

Rich Wilsher, Head of Corporate Finance, Chelmer Housing Association


Newbridge’s Partner for Regeneration and Development, will be co-chairing a panel at UKREiiF in Leeds to explore what has been accomplished so far at Meridian Water in Enfield.

Newbridge’s Regeneration and Development Team is advising Enfield Council on the procurement of a development partner to deliver up to 600 new homes at Meridian 13.

Newbridge chaired a roundtable between housing associations and three leading funders to explore the potential positive impact of SLLs in the social housing sector.