I am feeling very Marty McFly at present – for the last year I feel as though I have been living through the nightmarish world of Back to the Future II overseen by the narcissistic, thin skinned rather idiotic bully Biff Tannan – presiding over a community going to the dogs. Specifically, in this last […]
We are launching our ‘Housing Helps’ new ideas competition to award £10k for the most innovative housing solution to combat a social injustice. Housing Helps will award £10,000 to fund a feasibility study into an area of social injustice, where the applicant feels housing could be part of the solution. This competition follows the success […]
It genuinely is a good thing to have a serving Prime Minister come to a social housing conference and extol the virtues of and provide the promise of more funding to enable more social and affordable rented homes to be built. The fact that Theresa May’s attendance at this week’s National Housing Federation Summit was […]
Showcasing the Pods at the Homeless Link Conference in Leicestershire, Commonweal and partners Thames Reach were awarded second place in the Innovation in Housing category at the Homeless Link “Under One Roof” conference Excellence Awards. The awards ceremony was the first time Homeless Link have held awards. Two of Commonweal’s projects were nominated for the […]
Placed on displayed at Thames Reach’s Employment Academy, the event provided an opportunity to gather vital feedback on the pods
Commonweal has awarded the charity, Housing Justice a donation of £1,500 to help keep a vital winter night shelter in Hillingdon open.
The Ten Year Review collates the key findings and conclusions Commonweal and their partners have learnt over ten year as the project evolved
A shortlist of six entries have been selected from 21 entries to go to the next round and appear in front of an expert judging panel on the 11th July.
In response to your feedback, we’ve put together a short questions and answers sheet to further support those looking to enter the competition
Are governments, universities and celebrities waking up to the growing problem of homelessness?