The move follows the approval of the respective boards and the go-ahead from the Homes and Communities Agency.
Geraldine Howley, Incommunities Group Chief Executive, said: “This partnership represents an excellent fit which will bring significant benefits for both organisations.
“Incommunities has a great range of services and expertise that we can bring to this new partnership with our colleagues from Sadeh Lok.
“It also gives us the opportunity to grow our business, broaden our customer base and deliver enhanced value for money in key operating services such as gas servicing and maintenance.
Penny Gilyard, Acting Chief Executive of Sadeh Lok, said: “Our two organisations share similar values and a strong commitment to improving the lives of our customers through the services we provide.
“Forming this partnership with Incommunities creates exciting opportunities to broaden the range of services available to our customers. It will bring mutual benefits for both organisations, for example, through sharing expertise and development opportunities.”
To celebrate the new partnership, Geraldine Howley and Penny Gilyard today (1st April) cut a big cake at the home of Sadeh Lok. They were joined by Dave Procter, Incommunities Group Chairman and Judith Crowther, Chair of Sadeh Lok Housing Group and a number of staff from both organisations.