Our Partners

We are proud to work with our key partners and appreciate their support. 

Please take a few moments to visit their links and discover some of the important work they do.

Our parent charity, without whom we would not exist.

DHI also provides support for our tenants where they need a little extra help settling into their new home

We are pleased to work closely with Nationwide Building Society, who provide essential support for our work

We work with Bath & North East Somerset Council, helping them to match local people with suitable properties and to manage the complete process.

The NLA work to provide advice, lobby governments to impact legislation to ensure fair treatment of landlords and connect landlords to share ideals and drive development of this important sector.

We work closely with Bristol City Council to find properties and have collaborated on several projects providing much needed homes.

South Gloucestershire Council provided invaluable support that made it possible for Home Turf Lettings to launch.

We are now collaborating on a scheme to refurbish empty properties in the area

The RLA provide the expertise, support and tools, enabling us to provide a comprehensive landlord management service.

The Property Redress Scheme is authorised by the Department of Communities and Local Government to offer redress to consumers of Letting and Property Management Agents under the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Act 2013. 

Client Money Protection membership scheme is designed to protect client money held by property agents and professionals. 

We work in partnership with Land Aid, the property industry charity, to bring empty properties back into use for young homeless people across the region.

Land Aid is the property industry charity working to end youth homelessness in the UK. Land Aid brings together businesses and individuals from across the industry to support charities delivering life-changing projects for young people who are or have been homeless, or who are at risk of homelessness.

With Land Aid, we’re part of an innovative team of local businesses, charities and property experts with support from Bristol City Council creating 11 self contained homes for young homeless people in a disused building. Most of this project is being delivered through volunteering and in-kind support.