About Us

The Association’s Vision is to have ‘Thriving Rural Communities’ and has a Mission of ‘Providing Homes for Rural People’.

Lincolnshire Rural Housing Association (Lincs Rural) was established in 1986 for the benefit of rural communities and the objective of providing housing as a social landlord. Registered initially as an Industrial and Provident Society (Register 25276R), Lincs Rural is a Registered Society under the Cooperative and Community Benefit Societies Act 2014.

The Association does not trade for profit and has two principal business streams; housing for rent and shared ownership properties.

Lincs Rural operates in small rural communities throughout Lincolnshire and in some areas of Rutland and Kings Lynn & West Norfolk. The Association’s geographical area of operation extends over approximately 2500 square miles; the market place is demographic, being small rural communities.

Lincs Rural understands rural people and specialises in working with sensitively balanced communities. Growth in the short, medium and long-term will be determined by small community needs and demands, and the organisation’s financial capacity. Based on previous tenant consultation and engagement, Lincs Rural’s governance has determined to remain an independent small specialist organisation that is able to provide a personal, caring service for rural people in housing need.

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