Police Pensioners’ Housing Association

When was it established?

The Police Pensioners’ Housing Association Ltd (PPHA) was founded in 1968 to establish sheltered warden assisted accommodation for police pensioners and their spouses, their widows or widowers from any police area who are over 60 and are capable of looking after themselves. The first properties were purchased at The Croft in 1992 and the Association now owns more than half of the apartments in this sheltered housing complex with the remainder having owner/occupiers.

The Police Pensioners’ Housing Association Ltd (PPHA) was founded in 1968 to establish sheltered warden assisted accommodation for police pensioners and their spouses, their widows or widowers from any police area who are over 60 and are capable of looking after themselves. The first properties were purchased at The Croft in 1992 and the Association now owns more than half of the apartments in this sheltered housing complex with the remainder having owner/occupiers.

The Police Pensioners’ Housing Association Ltd (PPHA) was founded in 1968 to establish sheltered warden assisted accommodation for police pensioners and their spouses, their widows or widowers from any police area who are over 60 and are capable of looking after themselves. The first properties were purchased at The Croft in 1992 and the Association now owns more than half of the apartments in this sheltered housing complex with the remainder having owner/occupiers.

The Association also accepts charitable donations, either one-off, or regular contributions.

Who is it for?

This is a community housing service for police pensioners and their spouses. PPHA is a registered charity which is managed by an elected committee, mainly consisting of retired police officers.