Commonweal’s Policy and Communications Coordinator, Edward Lowe, reflects on his experience meeting individuals supported by the Freedom2Work project
Eleanor Bowden, CEO of Community Sponsors Homes (CSH) discusses the need to increase the availability of wheelchair accessible homes for rent and how Commonweal are supporting CSH to achieve this aim.
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
In the latest in our series of guest blogs, Professor Jo Richardson, independent evaluator for the Freedom2Work project, provides her thoughts on the project
Commonweal Housing’s Chief Executive Ashley Horsey provides his thoughts ahead of Commonweal’s annual strategic away day.
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, while longer term supported housing will continue to be funded through the welfare system. The announcement follows the news last week that the proposed cap […]
In the first of our series of guest blogs, IVAR’s Leila Baker reflects on Re-Unite and IVAR’s work with Commonweal Housing
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
The competition, which seeks to find a viable and deliverable model for demountable, reusable, short term accommodation options that can be deployed within existing buildings, saw over 20 entries from across Europe
As Theresa May pulls the trigger on Article 50, homeless EU nationals are left more in limbo than ever