1. Commonweal funded research into non-resident parents and shared housing publishes findings

    The research explored how existing shared housing solutions meet the requirements of non-resident parents whose children have overnight contact

  2. Freedom to Achieve

    In the latest in our series of guest blogs, Professor Jo Richardson, independent evaluator for the Freedom2Work project, provides her thoughts on the project

  3. Navel gazing and avoiding choking: what I think about ahead of an away day!

    Commonweal Housing’s Chief Executive Ashley Horsey provides his thoughts ahead of Commonweal’s annual strategic away day.

  4. We need to invest in supportive, not just supported housing options…..here’s why.

    Tuesday saw the Government unveil its plans for the future of supported housing funding. Under the new rules short-term supported accommodation will be funded through a ring-fenced fund to councils, […]

  5. Commonweal Publish Internal Reflections Report on Peer Landlord Project

    Our replication learning guide shares the knowledge and learning we have accumulated on the Peer Landlord project to date and can be view online now.

  6. Commonweal Publish Annual Impact Review 2016/17

    The full details of the review, including an interactive PDF version can be viewed here now.

  7. Jane Slowey CBE

    It is with great sadness that Commonweal Housing shares the news of the death from cancer over the weekend of our longstanding Trustee, Jane Slowey CBE. Jane had been a Trustee […]

  8. Distinguished Panel of Experts Joins Re-Unite Reception

    Clear your diaries, set your alarm and say no to that snooze button as there is only one place you should be on Wednesday 11th October

  9. The long game: Commonweal Housing’s approach to learning and evaluation

    In the first of our series of guest blogs, IVAR’s Leila Baker reflects on Re-Unite and IVAR’s work with Commonweal Housing

  10. Re-Unite – A Commonweal Journey

    As Commonweal brings its formal engagement with Re-Unite to a close, our CEO Ashley Horsey reflects on the impact the Re-Unite project has had on Commonweal

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