The Swan Housing Group is established.
Swan expands into Suffolk providing more much needed homes.
Swan enters a PFI scheme with NHS Trust in Colchester to deliver 130 new homes for key workers.
Swan starts building key worker accommodation for Norfolk and Norwich NHS Trust.
Our Welfare Benefits Service begins operating. The BISI centre is established in Tower Hamlets, to provide training to residents and tackle shortfalls in qualifications.
Swan works with the group Essex Saves to set up a credit union for local people. Swan is named Social Landlord of the Year in the 2005 Housing Excellence Awards.
Swan begins to compete in the private housing market with the aim of gift aiding profit back into its social housing activities.
Swan is awarded a Greater Haven Gateway ‘floating support’ contract by Essex Council.
Swan opens Swan House - a purpose built Foyer for homeless young people.
Swan signs the Forest Gate PFI contract worth £170m to improve 1,300 homes in Newham. The contract is for 20 years.
Swan is selected as the preferred developer to work on the regeneration of Blackwall Reach in Tower Hamlets. Swan launches an online choice-based lettings scheme. Swan achieves registration with the Care Quality Commission.
Swan New Homes reports a profit of £19.5m, to be invested in essential new homes for people in need.
Valerie Owen OBE, is appointed as Chair of the Board.
Swan celebrates its 20th anniversary.
Swan acquires Laindon shopping centre and begins the long awaited regeneration
Swan is jointly selected as lead partner in a consortium with Igloo Regeneration, to be part of The Mayor of London’s new London Development Panel (LDP).
Swan celebrates its 25th anniversary.