Commonweal Housing has won Innovation of the Year at the 24Housing Awards, for its work with partners on transitional accommodation for migrant workers. The award, picked up at a ceremony on October 18th, celebrated the Commonweal Pods, which were developed following research into a specific group of migrant workers in North London. The research was […]
LivShare creator Andy Redfearn shares his views on the concept and what he hopes to achieve with the model
Commonweal is delighted to announce the publication of their 2017/18 annual impact review alongside a series of short videos exploring our work.
Commonweal statement on the publication of the long awaited female offenders strategy
Placed on displayed at Thames Reach’s Employment Academy, the event provided an opportunity to gather vital feedback on the pods
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.
The winning design for Commonweal’s starter for ten competition has been constructed at a winter night shelter in Hillingdon.
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.
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