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Ash Grove red bus team wins a brace of awards

HCT Group staff at our Ash Grove red bus operation in Hackney have been honoured at two separate awards ceremonies for their outstanding work.

Jersey model of bus franchising shared by HCT Group

As the debate around the forthcoming Buses Bill intensifies, HCT Group has published a report that sets out the practical steps taken by the States of Jersey as they franchised their bus service.

HCT Group starts latest London red bus route

Our London red bus team at Ash Grove in Hackney are celebrating a significant milestone on Saturday, with the start of our latest service – Route 26 - a London red bus route.

Social Investment comes of age with the deal of the century

HCT Group has raised £10 million investment from institutional investors and lenders, making this the largest growth capital investment in the UK impact investing sector.

HCT repayments mark social investment milestone

In 2010, HCT raised a pioneering £4m round of social investment from a group of investors led by Bridges Ventures. After surpassing all its growth and impact targets, HCT has now been able to provide a successful exit for its original social investors. Its success illustrates the potential for social enterprises that access the right capital and other resources from mission-aligned investors.

HCT Group Learning Centre wins partnership award

The HCT Group Learning Centre has been awarded the Partnership Organisation of the Year award by Barking and Dagenham College.

Bristol Lord Mayor helps celebrate HCT’s social impact

HCT Group celebrated its social impact in Bristol with local stakeholders, commissioners, community groups and staff.

Dai Powell Wins Ernst and Young UK Social Entrepreneur of the Year

Dai Powell, HCT Group Chief Executive, has won the UK Social Entrepreneur of the Year award at the Ernst and Young Entrepreneur of the Year awards.

Celebrating social impact in Leeds

HCT Group celebrated its social impact in Yorkshire at a gathering of commissioners, staff, service users and other stakeholders at the Leeds launch of our social impact report

New report highlights key role for social enterprises in the future of transport

A report from the think tank IPPR, supported by the Esmée Fairbairn Foundation and HCT Group, has proposed the creation of ‘Total Transport Authorities’, which can enable a whole-network approach designed to meet the needs of non-metropolitan areas.

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