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.
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The project aims to provide housing for those with insecure immigration status and are trapped in destitution - denied the opportunity to work and support themselves and unable to access benefits.
2015 - Present
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
In my last blog, way back in the pre-Trumpian days of October 2016, I mused whether it was sensible to develop or promote less-than-ideal housing solutions, or whether settling for […]
Our new Policy & Communications coordinator reflects on the hardships faced by rough sleepers in this most unforgiving of months
Commonweal Housing launch new research project looking at housing options for separated parents Commonweal Housing today launch a new research project to examine the housing situation of separated parents whose […]
We’ve come a long way since the AIDS crisis first emerged, when so many lost their lives. Today, HIV treatment can now reduce the amount of the virus in the […]
2017 will mark the 10th anniversary of the publication of the Corston Report, the seminal review of vulnerable women in the criminal justice system that followed the tragic death of […]
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