ⓘ Derwent Living

                                     

ⓘ Derwent Living

Derwent Living is an independent, not-for-profit provider of affordable and specialist housing in the Midlands, Yorkshire and the South East. As well as homes to rent for people on lower incomes, Derwent Living offers properties for retired people, homes for sale through part-buy, part-rent schemes, residential lettings and key-worker accommodation. Derwent Living is the trading name of Derwent Housing Association Limited, based at Pride Park in Derby, United Kingdom. Derwent Living relocated from two different sites on Phoenix Street and Stuart Street, Derby to its current headquarters in December 2003.

                                     
  • Derwent derives from the Brythonic term Derventio, meaning valley thick with oaks It may refer to: Derwent River Tasmania Derwent Valley Council
  • population of 1, 207 living in 516 households, decreasing at the 2011 Census to a population of 1, 198 in 514 households. Above Derwent CP comprised the ancient
  • Census of Population conducted by Statistics Canada, Derwent recorded a population of 85 living in 47 of its 68 total private dwellings, a change of - 15
  • Derwent Coleridge 1800 1883 third son of Samuel Taylor Coleridge, was a distinguished English scholar and author. Derwent Coleridge was born at Keswick
  • Derwent London is a British - based property investment and development business. It is headquartered in London and is a constituent of the FTSE 250 Index
  • The Royal Derwent Hospital, originally New Norfolk Insane Asylum and later Lachlan Park was built to house mentally ill and mentally handicapped persons
  • the Brooker Highway with the East Derwent Highway. At the 2011 Australian Census the suburb recorded no people living there. While the Glenorchy City Council
  • Alec Derwent Hope AC OBE 21 July 1907  13 July 2000 was an Australian poet and essayist known for his satirical slant. He was also a critic, teacher
  • London only to find his late brother s English fiancee Samantha Mara Derwent is not quite sure about following the Nigerian tradition of herself becoming
  • Derwent Valley Light Railway, part of whose archive is also in the museum s collection. The museum shares the site with the Danelaw Centre for Living