Below you can find electronic versions of our documents and tenant newsletter, Gateway News. These are all in PDF format.
We are all about making a difference
We are all about making a difference. Each year we publish a Community Gateway Community Empowerment Report 18/19 so everyone can see the difference we have made to people and their local communities.
This report includes how well we have met our targets in empowering and involving our tenants and local communities.
Highlights from 2018/19 include:
- 374 involved Members with ten hours involvement or more hours of volunteering
- 21 residents were supported into employment or formal training.
- 4899 local people benefitted from the activities which were delivered as a result of the Community Fund.
For more information on our Community Empowerment Impact Report call the Community Empowerment Team on 0800 953 0213 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Corporate Plan 2019-2024
Our Corporate Plan 2019-2024 focuses on 3 key strategic themes, each containing 3 strategic objectives, and builds on the success of the previous corporate plan to March 2019.
Corporate Strategy 2016-2019
Our plan to take us to where we want to be
Community Gateway Association regularly reviews its aims as an organisation and sets out a 3-year plan for how we will achieve them. This is our latest Corporate Strategy which outlines our objectives and where we want to be by the end of March 2019.
How we build our plan
We build our plan around a number of strategic objectives: Governance, Empowerment, Colleagues and Culture, Development, Asset Management, Key Landlord Services, Specialist Services, Financial Strength, Resilience and Value for Money.
We have developed this plan with our Board, all our colleagues and our tenants. Our Board and tenants will review our success in achieving our targets.
Equality & Diversity Annual Report 2017-18
All of our values have an impact on Equality and Diversity. Everyone matters, everyone counts and there is awareness, that if these values are not applied for everyone who comes into contact with CGA then we have failed in delivering an inclusive service.
Both the Board and Diversity Group will closely and regularly monitor progress in implementing these actions. However, everyone in CGA has clear responsibilities for promoting Equality and Diversity and the achievement of our Equality and Diversity objectives will be an important measure of CGA's success.
How we are Performing
Our Board and Gateway Central set our targets for the financial year. We report information that shows how we are performing against these targets. We also show how we compare to other similar housing associations in the North West.