We have a wide range of case studies available for the media in our resource library.These include case studies on homeownership, first-time buyers, rented accomodation, re-housing, homelessness, student accomodation, community projects, young mother and baby projects, career development and lots more.
If you are a journalist and would like more information on any of the case studies below, and others, please contact the Corporate Communications Team.
Laura Ann Witt
Young couple Laurence and Laura Ann Witt purchase three-bedroom home in east London thanks to shared ownership.read Laura's story...
Luca and Steve
A young professional who searched for years to find a home has finally stepped onto the property ladder after teaming up with a friend. Luca Cannas and Steve Chrysostomou, both aged 28, have purchased a three-bedroom apartment at A2Dominion New Homes’ CQ London development in Limehouse.read Luca and Steve's story
Claire and John
Priced out of the property market in their local town of Staines in Surrey, the Stickley family, who were renting for 13 years, feared they would never get onto the property ladder until they discovered Edinburgh Mews, a new development from A2Dominion New Homes.read Claire and John's story
Clare and Carlos
Young couple Clare and Carlos Rodenas are getting ready to start a family in a home of their own thanks to a shared ownership scheme in the leafy suburb of Stanmore, in north London.read Clare and Carlos' story
“I wake up in the morning and think how lucky I am - I still can’t believe this is my house.” So says Karen Clarke, having recently moved in to a brand new four-bedroom house at Viva, the development by A2Dominion New Homes which lies at the heart of its regeneration of Stanwell.read Karen Clarke's story
Abby & Joe
Graphic designer Abby Lloyd-Pack and her husband Joe have stepped onto the property ladder with an affordable home in expensive south west London thanks to a shared ownership scheme from A2Dominion New Homes.read Abby and Joe's story
Journalist Rebecca Nottingham was determined that her first step on to the property ladder would be for the right home and was prepared to wait as long as it took.read Rebecca's story
After renting for 11 years, Shraddha Pande and husband Vinod finally found themselves in a position to buy their first home thanks to A2Dominion New Homes’s part-buy, part-rent scheme. Shraddha and Vinod purchased a 40 per cent share of their £264,500 apartment for £105,800.read Shraddha and Vinod's story
Annette, a Quality and Training Manager for a security firm in Heathrow, saved up for a deposit and along with some help from her family, was able to buy a 40 per cent share of a two-bedroom flat for £68,000.read Annette's story
Simon Tomlinson, 27, and his partner Lisa Ballerino, 25, paid £132,750 for a 45 per cent share of a three-bedroom semi-detached house at A2Dominion’s Charlton Village development near Shepperton in Surrey. They had been fast outgrowing their smaller two-bedroom rented property in Sunbury, where they lived with their sons Jack and Oliver.read Simon & Lisa's story
Chris, who works in software sales, was able to buy a 35% share of a £245,000 apartment through A2Dominion’s shared ownership scheme (part-buy, part-rent) using equity from his previous home. Chris was keen to avoid taking on a new mortgage due to his high monthly outgoing commitments...read Chris' story
For 27 years, Edith Edgar had accommodation provided through her job as an occupational nurse in the army. But upon retiring, the 55-year-old was left wondering how she would ever manage to buy a home outright...read Edith's story
First-time buyers, Michele and Shreeram, were some of the first residents to purchase a home in A2Dominion's landmark housing scheme, Dominion Plaza.The couple purchased a 35% share (£105,000) of their two-bedroom home through the New Build HomeBuy scheme...read Michele & Shreeram's story
When Austin Crabbe moved on from a job with a tied house, he and his wife Beverley started sizing up the housing rental market. After doing some research, they discovered that through shared ownership they could in fact become home-owners.
MSc student Maxim Sraj lives in purpose-built accommodation near the University of Bristol where he studies Economic and Public Policy. He researched several different housing options before choosing to move into Deans Court, which is located only a few minutes’ walk from the university...Read Maxim's story
NHS worker Julia Laurence has been a nurse for 15 years, and has found the rising price of private rented homes disheartening. Julia has been renting her home at the Churchill Hospital in Oxford for two and a half years and is delighted with its convenience and affordability...Read Julia's story
Electronics engineer Robert Brewer, 29, and his partner Jennifer, 26, a radiographer, recently moved into their new one-bedroom apartment in A2Dominion’s Sinclair House in West Ealing. The brand new apartment was perfect for the couple who recently relocated from Cambridgeshire and were looking for a suitable place to rent in the city....Read Robert and Jennifer's story