Commonweal Housing is a registered charity seeking to make bold experiments in housing. Using social investment from our principal benefactor and other like-minded, forward-thinking organisations, we work to develop innovative housing projects. Find out more about us.
We’re always looking for new organisations to partner with. Read more here.Subscribe to our newsletter →
A Programme providing housing on the point of release for women leaving prison to reunite them swiftly with their children.
2007 - Present
We are seeking to test a model of shared housing provision where more advanced clients provide informal, positive, role model peer-support to other clients.
2013 - Present
The Chrysalis project is a partnership between Commonweal and St Mungo's providing a resettlement programme for women wanting to exit prostitution.
2009 - Present
Social investment – focusing on the social impact as much as any financial return – is not new to housing. From the likes of William Hesketh Lever developing a model village […]
Our new report ‘Innovative Investment’ (#SocialInvestCH) is out today – Tuesday 25 November. The report argues that social investment should be used to fund Innovative and even untested housing schemes. This timely […]
It was reported in October that at a recent event Kathy Evans, CEO at Children England, said social finance is “absolutely the wrong thing” for the voluntary sector. She went […]
To top ▲