What we do
A West of England housing association, Curo provides great homes and high quality care and support services across the region.
We're one of the largest landlords in the South West, with a diverse portfolio of affordable and market rented homes.
We own and manage more than 13,000 homes; properties that our 25,000 residents call home. We’re building hundreds of new homes every year for rent and sale.
We own a range of property, from starter homes to Grade I Listed Buildings, in locations from rural villages to city centres. We have an extensive long-term development and land acquisition programme, working to build hundreds of new homes every year.
We invest in neighbourhood services to make our communities thriving, sustainable places where people want to live and work.
We provide award-winning support services to a wide range of residents, including homeless young people and families, older and disabled people, and those affected by mental health issues or memory loss.
We support customers into education and work, and offer apprenticeships, training and graduate placement programmes.
As a housing association we have no paid shareholders. We create profit for purpose, reinvesting the surpluses from our commercial house-building business into our core social purpose.