We’re doing everything possible to make anything possible.

We are making every effort to make our website accessible and easy to use for everyone, whether or not you have any disabilities. Our website is working towards W3C Web Design Accessibility Standards with all new content checked for compliance and old content undergoing a planned rolling programme of assessment and revision.

Maintaining an accessible website is an ongoing process and we are continually working to offer a user friendly experience. If you have any problems using this website please contact us via our online form or by email using

You can also use the above contact details if you need information on this website in a different format like accessible PDF, large print, easy read, audio recording or braille. We aim to get back to you in 3 working days.


Our history

Find out more about the history of Together Housing Group


Our Vision

Find out about our Vision for the future.

Recite Me

The Recite Me assistive toolbar allows visitors to customise our website in ways that work best for them.

You may find our explainer video helpful, see below:

Recite Me has many useful to tools to assist you, including:

Recite Me read aloud icon, a white triangle play button in a green square

Read aloud

Click this to have the text read aloud

Recite Me translate icon, a letter A and a non-latin character in a grey square


Click this to translate text into other languages

Recite Me magnify icon, a magnifying glass in a grey square


Click this to use a magnifying glass tool on the page

Recite Me colour change icon, a colour wheel in a grey square

Change colours

Click this to change the background or text colour

So whether you have dyslexia, a visual impairment or English isn’t your first language, ‘Recite Me’ has the tools to help.

To access the Recite Me toolbar, all you need to do is click the Recite Me button (shown below) on the bottom of every page. For further written guidance on using Recite Me, please click here (opens the Together Housing website in a new tab).

Physical Impairments

Some users may find using the standard combination of keyboard and mouse difficult. We are working towards making our website more accessible for users who cannot use a keyboard or mouse as part of our rolling programme of assessment and improvement. In the meantime if you find a page that causes you a problem please contact the webmaster and we will do our best to fix it quickly.