We produce a range of publications that explain what we do, how we do it and what our plans for the future are. Use the tabbed sections below to explore, view, read and download.

Our annual reports tell the story of our performance and achievements year-by-year and this year we've created an interactive map for you to explore.

Click here to view our 2022-23 annual report

View previous annual reports with the links below:

We've published our second ever ESG report, which shows where we are on our sustainability journey inline with the Sustainability Reporting Standard for Social Housing.

Last year's report showed we're doing well against the standard and now we have a benchmark to compare to, and see how we can make sure we're continually moving in the right direction. We hope this second ESG report shows you, our customers and stakeholders our dedication to doing all we can to reduce our carbon footprint and do more for people and the planet.

Click here to read the full ESG report 2022-23

We published our first sustainability strategy in 2022, outlining our current position and goals for the future. The strategy explains our short term aims over the next few years to our ultimate destination of achieving net zero by 2050.

Click here to view or download the strategy

Our corporate plan CP24+ sets out our refreshed vision, intentions and objectives for the next three years (2024-27) as well as areas of work where we aim to grow and expand.

Click here to view our CP24+ corporate plan

Our previous corporate plan for 2020-23 can be viewed here.

Futures in Focus is our quarterly customer magazine, featuring stories from across Futures and the communities we work in. 

Click here to read the latest issue

Browse previous issues of the magazines with the links below:

If you're a customer and aren't receiving the magazine or our monthly e-newsletter which shares important updates and news, please email communications@futureshg.co.uk to be added to our mailing list. You can cancel again at any time.

We've produced six mini guides for customers full of tips and advice on cleaner, greener and cheaper living to help people through the cost-of-living crisis.

As well as wanting to offer support with easing money worries, the inspiration partly came from thinking of ways to highlight and raise awareness of energy saving and sustainable choices. The guides can help customers reduce costs in their home and offer simple ways to change habits, while still thinking sustainably.