Tuntum is a not-for-profit, Nottingham-based housing association providing homes and support services for people on low incomes.
Set up in 1988, Tuntum is one of the largest BME (Black and Minority Ethnic) -led independent housing associations in the UK.
We are governed by a Board of 12 individuals, who have a wide range of skills and experience. Board members attend regular training to broaden their knowledge and ensure they stay up to date with current regulations, legislation and issues affecting our tenants and residents. They attend, on average, 10 meetings per year.
We are supported and regulated by the government through the Homes and Communities Agency.
The HCA’s Regulatory Judgement for Tuntum Housing Association is currently G1, V2. You can find out more about what this means here.
Tuntum Housing Association is a member of the BME National Group, a collective of over 60 BME housing associations in England, which works with the National Housing Federation to provide a platform for BME housing issues.
Trustworthiness and integrity
Uniting diverse people and making a difference
New ideas and approaches as an independent organisation
Tenant and customer driven
Using surpluses to improve lives and communities
Motivated, positive and diligent board and staff