High Quality Homes in Sustainable Environments
We provide quality affordable accommodation for black and ethnic minority people living in North London
Odu-Dua Housing Association is a small dynamic black & ethnic minority (BME) housing association based in Camden, North London. Our tenants are predominantly, but not exclusively, from an African and Caribbean background. Most of our properties are in the North London boroughs of Barnet, Brent and Camden. We currently manage and own 166 properties.
We were set up in 1986 to meet the needs of single homeless black men utilising the abundance of short-life properties within Camden. It was registered with the Homes and Communities Agency in 1988.
Over the years Odu-Dua redeveloped the short life units, acquired additional permanent properties and also acquired a handful of properties in the neighbouring boroughs of Brent and Barnet.
- Be customer focused
- Be professional
- Promote diversity
To be a BME landlord of choice to tenants living in high quality homes in sustainable environments.
To provide quality affordable accommodation primarily for black and ethnic minority people living in North London.
- To Increase our provision of affordable family housing.
- To improve our tenants’ quality of life and enable them to fully participate in the communities they live in.
- To assist our tenants to better their position in society through the support, services and advice of local community based organisations.
- To empower black and minority ethnic communities by being an Association that responds effectively to the needs of these communities.
Odu-Dua is a member of BMENational