Anchor residents can access a wide range of services, information and advice online.
On these pages you'll find guidance and tools to help you live well in your Anchor home, as well as information about the different ways you can get involved with the organisation and influence what we do.
Cost of living support
As the current cost of living crisis continues, we’re aware of the pressures people are facing and the impact it’s having on those that live with us. On this page you’ll find more about the support available to those living with us.Read more
About your home and community
Guide to MyAccount
MyAccount allows Anchor residents to securely access their personal information online, including rental and leaseholder account details.
We produce a selection of publications to keep people living with us up-to-date, such as Life magazine, our Handbooks, Annual Review for Residents and Customer Impact Report.
Independent Resident Complaints Panel
The Independent Resident Complaints Panel is made up of residents from rented and leasehold locations and can provide an impartial view on how a complaint has been handled by Anchor.
Neighbour disputes and anti-social behaviour
We believe all residents are entitled to enjoy their home in peace free from dispute and anti-social behaviour. This page explains what to do if you have are experiencing a problem.
Anchor on Call emergency care
At Anchor we understand that your peace of mind is paramount, Anchor on Call is our emergency call service monitored 24-hours a day.
Guide to housing locations with guest rooms
Many Anchor locations offer a guest room that can be used by Anchor residents. You can see a list of locations that offer guest rooms here.
Selling your home
Nearly all leases and transfer documents allow you to sell your home on to another private individual with our approval. Find out more about selling your home and using Retirement Homesearch here.
Transfers and mutual exchange
We know that where you want to live and your circumstances can change over time. That's why we're happy to offer a transfers and mutual exchange opportunities.
Ending your tenancy
To end your tenancy, you must use one of the methods explained here and let us know in writing at least one calendar month before you leave.
Find out about the different ways you can get involved in shaping policies and improving the performance of services provided to residents across Anchor.
The Residents' Council is made up of engaged residents who work with us collaboratively to improve and develop services and hold Anchor to account.
The Scrutiny Panel is made up of engaged residents whose role is to ask the questions, review the services and make recommendations to improve the services provided by Anchor.
Anchor's Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans Group
Our Lesbian Gay Bisexual & Trans (LGBT) Group aims to tackle concerns that moving into sheltered housing or a care home as an older LGBT+ person may be a lonely or isolating experience.
Resident satisfaction surveys
We continuously scrutinise the services we provide and survey our residents to better understand your views about us, what we’re doing well and where we can improve. Find out more.
Loving Later Life Awards
Our Loving Later Life Awards recognise those residents who make a real difference at their Anchor location.
Anchor's community grants
Anchor’s community grants support community activities, to improve the quality of life for people living with us. Find out more and how to obtain a community grant here.