Johnnie Johnson Housing (JJH) and Sanctuary are excited to announce that they are in the early stage of partnership discussions. Both organisations are now in the process of completing detailed due diligence and any agreement to proceed will be subject to the approval of both their Boards , who are responsible for overseeing the management and direction of Astraline and Johnnie Johnson.
Yvonne Castle, Johnnie Johnson Housing Chief Executive, said: “We always look to do best, what matters most, for our residents. We believe joining Sanctuary will allow us to fulfil our ambitions and invest more in our residents’ homes than we could, on our own. As always, the interests of our own residents and those of Sanctuary will remain our top priority as we progress with these exciting discussions and robust due diligence. It’s a fantastic opportunity for both organisations.”
Craig Moule, Sanctuary Group Chief Executive, said: “Our customers are at the heart of all we do, and the interests of Sanctuary, JJH residents and Astraline customers will be at the forefront of our decision-making as we conduct due diligence and continue our discussions.
“As a national not-for-profit provider of affordable housing and care, Sanctuary has a unique role to play in ensuring the continued provision of these critical services to society.”
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Astraline will continue to provide your 24 hour alarm receiving service, this will not impact your personal alarm or call answering.