Membership Fees

Our 2024 fees for annual erosh membership.

Annual fees for providers are based on the number of sheltered/extra care/floating support housing and/or units of support. Membership provides all sheltered and retirement staff in the organisation with access to our resources. Please speak to us about how we can help make sure all of your employees are getting the most out of erosh membership. Fees run from January to December 2024. If you would like to join part way through the year, we will apportion the membership fees.

Units of Support Annual Fee
<50 £111
50-99 £204
100-199 £330
200-499 £460
500-999 £585
1000-1999 £715
2000-2999 £1,210
3000-4999 £1,900
> 5000 £3,765
Other Annual Fee
Tenants/students £22
Individual members e.g. Self-employed consultants or academics, retired individuals* £59
Associate members e.g. charitable organisations similar to Erosh £200
Corporate members e.g. private sector companies with an interest in Erosh £1,280
*where individuals are employed by a providing organisation, organisational membership applies.

Units of Support Annual Fee 5000 £3,765 Other Annual Fee Tenants/students £22 Individual members e.g. Self-employed consultants or academics, retired individuals* £59 Associate members e.g. charitable organisations similar to Erosh …

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Testimonials

Erosh Code of Practice

“CESSA Housing Association is a very small Registered Provider with just under 200 sheltered properties occupied by tenants aged 60+ with a connection to the British Military.  After several years investigating how best to externally validate and demonstrate the quality of our services, we signed up to the erosh Code of Practice. The unique benefit of being externally reviewed and accredited by erosh is that they have always been dedicated to the provision of excellent sheltered housing and the support of older residents, so truly understand the nature of our business.  Our accreditation also demonstrates our commitment to delivering consistent levels of service across all our schemes; ensuring our tenants have opportunities to independently contribute to the assessment process; and gives reassurance to tenants that their landlord is operating to nationally agreed industry standards. CESSA Housing Association is therefore proud to display our erosh Code of Practice accreditation on our website and letterhead as a symbol of the high service standards we strive to achieve on behalf of our residents.”

Gill Peckham Director of Housing, CESSA Housing Association

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