Anchor are members of a range of bodies and groups around England.
We are continually involved in new initiatives that raise standards and shape best-practice in our ever-changing and growing sector.
We are members of the following bodies and groups:
National Housing Federation (NHF)
are an umbrella body that represents independent non-profit housing associations in the United Kingdom.
are the largest representative body for community care in England
Associated Retirement Community Operators Limited (ARCO)
represents retirement community providers in the UK and aims to promote confidence in the sector and ensure all members are providing a high quality service to their residents. As an Approved Operator, all our locations registered with ARCO seek to adhere to the principles laid out in the .
We also support which calls for policy changes to ensure the rapidly ageing population of the UK has more suitable and specialist retirement housing provision.
Housing and Ageing Alliance
The Housing and Ageing Alliance is made up of a broad spectrum of people from local and national organisations working together with a single objective; to bring about improvements to the housing and living conditions of older people.
Ready for Ageing Alliance
An alliance of six major national charities: Age UK, Anchor, the Centre for Policy on Ageing, , the and the to urge the Government and all political parties to face up to the major changes and challenges from our rapidly ageing society
Care and Support Alliance
The is a consortium of organisations representing older and disabled people, working together to promote urgent reform to the care system.
Residents and Relatives Association
The support and inform residents, families and friends to find out all they need to know about residential care.
Your Care Rating
Anchor has signed up to , the largest annual survey of care home residents in the UK.
For more information about our affiliations or if you are interested in discussing partnership opportunities, please visit our Partnership page here.
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