In November 2015 the Association acquired a former hostel in Queen Street Portsmouth. Following extensive remodelling and refurbishment at a cost in excess of £680,000 the building has been converted into 8 new 1 bedroomed flats offering high quality living accommodation at social housing rents. The building will be known as 'Centenary House' in recognition of 100 years of service to Portsmouth by the Rotary Club of Portsmouth and Southsea.
The opening ceremony in the presence of Rotarians, PRHA staff and other invited guests was performed on Tuesday 27th September 2016 by The Lord Mayor of Portsmouth (Councillor David Fuller) In his remarks The Lord Mayor acknowledged the work and contribution to the city of Portsmouth and its residents of both the Rotary Club and the Portsmouth Rotary Housing Association
Following a short tour of one of the new flats the Lord Mayor took the opportunity to speak with invited guests and residents.