Our History

 
Customer and staff

Sadeh Lok was established in 1988 in response to a growing realisation in the 1980s that the housing needs of many Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) communities were not being fully met by the existing range of traditional housing providers.   As a leading BME Housing Association with over 1,100 homes in three geographical locations across Kirklees, Wakefield and Rotherham, we continue to represent and support a range of communities today.

Our houses and flats are designed to meet the needs of a variety of households including single people, couples, families, elderly persons, disabled persons and larger households.

Since 2014 Sadeh Lok has been managing homes on behalf of the Eleanor Moorhouse Homes Trust, which provides 6 one bedroom bungalows at High Lea in Marsden near Huddersfield.  The Trust was formed in a bequest in the will of Ms Eleanor Moorhouse who died in 1985.  She was one of three prosperous sisters born in the village of Marsden. Eleanor Moorhouse requested that her wealth be used for the good of the local community.

In 2015 Sadeh Lok joined the Incommunities Group.

Incommunities, with over 22,000 homes in management is one of the largest social housing providers in the UK and provides affordable, high quality homes across the Bradford District. You can find out more about Incommunities at www.incommunities.co.uk/

Incommunities and Sadeh Lok share similar values and a strong commitment to improving the lives of our customers through the services we provide.  Being part of the Incommunities Group gives Sadeh Lok the opportunity to grow our business, broaden our customer base and deliver enhanced value for money services such as gas servicing and maintenance.