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Move On Up is a unique flat share option for carers aged 18-25, who are looking to live independently, while building life skills and focusing on achieving aspirations.
2016 - present
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
Commonweal Housing provides feasibility research funding grant to Community Sponsored Homes to explore demand and supply of wheelchair accessible housing
A prototype of the Commonweal’s starter for ten competition winning design has been constructed at a winter night shelter.
The House of Commons Justice Select Committee have published a submission made by Commonweal Housing in response to their inquiry into Transforming Rehabilitation. Commonweal’s response focused on ways in which […]
In our latest guest blog, Kathryn Muir from the Cambridge Centre for Housing and Planning Research provides her thoughts on her research on non-resident parents
The research explored how existing shared housing solutions meet the requirements of non-resident parents whose children have overnight contact
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