Our Homes

Information about CRHA Homes

Since its formation in 1985 CRHA has completed 53 developments in village locations ranging in size from 1 home up to 25 and currently has 357 homes in management, 338 for rent and 19 for shared ownership.


CRHA is committed to providing good quality housing which complements the areas in which it works. Its success in meeting this commitment is reflected in the various awards that have been received for the following developments:

Launceston Civic Society Architectural & Conservation Award 2006 for Hendra Garth, Tresmeer

Country Land & Business Association Award (2002) and Cornish Buildings Group Award (2000) for Lizard village

Caradon Design Award (1999) and Cornish Buildings Group Award (1999) for Pelynt

Cornish Buildings Group Award (1993) for St Mawes “…for the unpretentious and imaginative design of the Porth View rural housing scheme”

Caradon Design Award (1993) for Harrowbarrow

Council for the Protection of Rural England (CPRE) Architectural Award (1993) for Harrowbarrow “…for a contribution to the quality of buildings in a rural landscape”.

We are also committed to providing homes with low running costs for residents and our developments at Blisland, Morwenstow, Goonhavern, Kilkhampton, Tresmeer, Delabole, St Teath and on the Isles of Scilly were fitted with ground source heat pumps, with some properties also having rainwater harvesting and solar thermal systems installed.

Our developments of 21 homes at Delabole (completed December 2010), 25 homes at The Lizard (completed March 2016) and 8 homes at Poundstock (completed December 2017), feature properties with high levels of insulation and photovoltaic panels. Our 6 homes in Grampound have also been fitted with photovoltaic panels.

We were pleased to see our efforts on St Mary’s recognised in the Draft Sustainable Energy Strategy for the Isles of Scilly, which contained a detailed reference to our new development and stated that: “These buildings are setting the benchmark for future development on the Islands”.