1. Supported housing: not just for lords and ladies

    The House of Lords may be “the best elderly day-care centre in London”, but where is the rest of our social housing going to come from?

  2. Jam today – and still jam tomorrow…

    There are many reasons why a person may only be “just about managing” – not all of them financial.

  3. Interim evaluation of our NRPF project now online

    We’re delighted to announce that the interim evaluation report on our No Recourse to Public Funds (NRPF) project is now available for download.

  4. The Housing White Paper: a chance for change

    Will the government’s long-awaited housing white paper finally set the UK housing market on the road to reform?

  5. The shameful state of Britain’s housing for refugees

    In the same week that Trump banned refugees, a new Parliamentary report details the squalid conditions of accommodation for asylum seekers here in the UK.

  6. Our new Strategic Plan is now available

    We’re delighted to announce that our new Strategic Plan is now available for download. Commonweal Housing has now been delivering innovative housing solutions to social injustice for over a decade, and […]

  7. Move On Up: Helping Young Adult Carers build their future

    Today we’re proud to celebrate Young Carer’s Awareness Day, and recognise the extraordinary young people around the UK who help to care for their sick or disabled parents, siblings, or […]

  8. Modular-Podular living: progress or pragmatism

    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 […]

  9. Cold, wet, and homeless in January

    Our new Policy & Communications coordinator reflects on the hardships faced by rough sleepers in this most unforgiving of months

  10. Too poor to parent?

    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 […]

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