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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
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
An interim evaluation report reviewing the first year of the Freedom2Work (F2W) project has been produced by Professor Jo Richardson and her team at Du Montfort University. The report considers […]
In the latest in our series of guest blogs, Professor Jo Richardson, independent evaluator for the Freedom2Work project, provides her thoughts on the project
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