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
I have been thinking recently about our strap line ‘Housing solutions to social injustice’ and indeed have written in previous blogs about how proud and continually energised I am by […]
As the leaves begin to fall and the supermarkets stock up on pumpkins and fireworks, somewhere in a studio not too far away, production assistants are busy creating “review […]
Women exiting prostitution and trafficking offered vital support in new partnership with leading London domestic and sexual abuse charity Solace Women’s Aid has launched the Amari project, a new […]
Five years into our Peer Landlord project, we’ve reached a crucial point; the commencement of the second phase of delivery, up until April 2018. There are thirteen properties up and […]
As part of Commonweal Housing’s 10th Anniversary celebration this year – we launched a new competition Starter for 10 with the prize being £10,000 to fund research or a feasibility […]
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