Aiming to provide free housing & support for destitute migrants who would otherwise be homeless and vulnerable.
2015 - Present
Our first flagship project: a ten-year programme centred on the housing needs of women within the criminal justice system and their children.
2007 - 2016
A new model of affordable shared housing where one of the tenants acts as a Peer Landlord to their housemates – providing basic household management, a degree of peer support, and a point of contact for the managing organisation.
2013 - Present
The winning entries for Commonweal Housing’s open design competition have been selected with the shortlisted entries capturing how architects and designers have a ‘duty to address issues of social injustice […]
Commonweal Housing have released a new ten year review of the Re-Unite project alongside 10 recommendations which seek to clarify how the criminal justice system should develop in the future. […]
A shortlist of six entries have been selected from 21 entries to go to the next round and appear in front of an expert judging panel on the 11th July.
In response to your feedback, we’ve put together a short questions and answers sheet to further support those looking to enter the competition
Leading on from the Thames Reach research sponsored by Commonweal in to the lives of Romanian migrant workers living in tent encampments around London, Commonweal are now picking the brains […]
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