Is Anchor Trust a charity?
Anchor Trust, a registered charity, is England’s largest not-for-profit provider of homes for the elderly.
Is Anchor housing a charity?
First and foremost Anchor is a not-for-profit charitable organisation. We don’t have any shareholders to pay dividends to, and we own our properties.
How many properties do Anchor Hanover own?
Anchor serves a total of around 60,000 residents in 54,000 properties across almost 1,700 locations.
Who owns Anchor Hanover?
Jane Ashcroft CBE
Anchor Hanover Group
|Predecessor||Anchor and Hanover Housing Association|
|Headquarters||Bradford, England, UK|
|Key people||Jane Ashcroft CBE, Chief Executive Princess Alexandra, Patron|
How much does Jane Ashcroft earn?
Jane Ashcroft, chief executive of the Anchor Trust has a basic salary of £293,000, but also received a bonus of £21,975, a car allowance of £13,599, a £3,742 “balancing payment” and £87,945 pension contribution.
In what era did both Hanover Housing Association and Anchor Trust first start out?
Both Anchor and Hanover started out in the 1960s. Together, the new organisation formed from them provides rented and leasehold retirement housing and residential care homes across England.
Who is CEO of Anchor Hanover?
Chief Executive. Jane Ashcroft CBE is Anchor’s Chief Executive. Jane joined Anchor in 1999 from BUPA, which had acquired Care First plc where she was Personnel Director.
When did Hanover merger Anchor?
Hanover Housing Association and Anchor Trust merged in November 2018. As one organisation we’re building on our achievements to do more, at a bigger scale, than we could before.
Who is the CEO of Anchor Trust?
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