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Fair Community Housing

Who We Are

The Fair Community Housing Services (FCHS) is a Tenant Management Organisation (TMO). In short, this means that FCHS is an organisation run by the residents and for the residents.

Anyone who lives in the properties listed below – council tenants, leaseholders or private tenants alike, can become a member of the Fair Community Housing Services TMO.

We are an independent company working in partnership with Southwark Council and manage the following properties:

  • Coxson Way
  • Devon Mansions
  • Fair Street
  • Hartland House
  • Lewes House
  • St Johns Estate
  • St Olaves Estate

The Management Committee

The membership fee is a one-off payment of 10p. At the annual general meeting (AGM), FCHS elects a Management Committee of 6-12 members. The members of the Committee are local residents who volunteer to donate some of their time towards the running of the estate.

The Committee’s role is to determine the strategic direction of the company and to guide staff towards achieving our goals and objectives.
The Committee employs staff to carry out the day-to-day running of management services on the estates.

FCHS - Annual General Meetings - Minutes

The Legal Basis of the FCHS TMO

The governing documents of FCHS are the Modular Management Agreement(MMA) and the Rules. The MMA is an agreement between the Southwark Council and FCHS by which means the Council appoints FCHS as its agent to carry out certain housing management functions. The MMA is a comprehensive legal document which regulates the many aspects of delivering housing services by FCHS, and describes the relationship with Southwark Council and its tenants. The MMA can only be changed by an agreement between FCHS and the Council.

The Rules of FCHS is a much more concise document that sets out the governance structure of the organisation. It outlines the procedures for the membership of FCHS, its meetings, the powers of the Housing Committee etc. The Rules of FCHS can be only be changed by members at a General Meeting.

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Financial Reports and Documentation

The Fair Community Housing Services Limited (29067R) Annual Return and Accounts are submitted each year to the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA). Copies are available to download from the FCA – Mutuals Public Register – Fair Community Housing Services Limited (29067R) page under the Documents tab.

Please note: We are waiting for the FCA to upload the FCHS Annual Return and Accounts for 2023. In the interim you can download a copy here:  Fair Community Housing Services Limited (29067R) – Annual Return and Financial Statement 2023.

FCHS – Management Agreement (signed)

FCHS Rules

Registration of New Society

Partial Amendment to Rules (1)

Partial Amendment to Rules (2)

FCHS – Redactions Policy

FCHS – Privacy Notice

FCHS – Special General Meeting – Minutes – 25th March 2021

FCHS – Special General Meeting – Questions and Answers – 25th March 2021

Fair Community - Latest News

EventsFCHS Annual General Meeting
May 13, 2024


Fair Community Housing Services RECONVENED - Annual General Meeting on Tuesday 28 May 2024 The last meeting was not quorate. Invitation letters have already been sent out to TMO members.…
EventsFCHS Annual General Meeting
April 24, 2024


Fair Community Housing Services RECONVENED - Annual General Meeting 2023 Friday 03 May 2024 Invitation letters have already been sent out to TMO members. If you would like to join…
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March 27, 2024

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Residents at 1-32 Lewes House Southwark Council contractors will be isolating the mains water service for works to be carried out on Tuesday 2nd April 2024 at 9:00am for a…
Latest News
March 15, 2024


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Fair Community Housing Services
Horselydown Offices
2 Fair Street

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    Location of the TMO Office

    To get to the Fair Community Housing Services offices from London Bridge Station, walk through the station and exit on Tooley Street. Then turn right and walk along Tooley Street for approximately 10 minutes – passing the Southwark Council offices and Two Bridges Ale House & Kitchen. Our offices are located opposite Potters Fields and adjacent to St Johns Churchyard and playground on the ground floor of 2 Fair Street.

    The nearest bus stops from London Bridge are stops J (Unicorn Theatre) and K (Tower Bridge Road) – buses 47, 343 and 381 alight at both these bus stops.