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We work with partners to test and develop ideas to provide housing solutions to social injustice, providing housing knowledge and action learning expertise.

Our partners are the experts in their policy areas, and we are proud to support them and their projects with our unique knowledge and expertise. This means we get to work across a broad range of different topics and social injustices. Take a look at some examples below.


A shared housing project with Quaker Social Action for young adult carers aged between 18-25 years providing empathetic, specialist support.

Housing for destitute migrants provided alongside specialist support and advice by Praxis Community Projects.

Transitional, short-term accommodation for disused spaces and night shelters, offering greater privacy and personal space.

Post-emergency accommodation for women exiting prostitution and sexual exploitation.

Working to break the cycle of homelessness and unemployment with Elmbridge Rentstart.

Working with Solace Women’s Aid to provide housing options for women fleeing domestic violence.

Supportive shared housing for individuals with lower general needs.

Housing to help rebuild family life after imprisonment.

Research and Feasibility Studies

We provide support and funding for research into areas of social injustice to help determine whether housing could be part of a solution.

Exempt from Responsibility?

Research from Spring Housing and the University of Birmingham's Housing and Communities Research Group, on social injustices in the 'exempt' accommodation sector.

LivShare: Reclaiming the HMO

Report by housing and development consultant Andy Redfearn on a new, genuinely affordable housing model for single people in low incomes.

Couples First? Understanding the needs of rough sleeping couples

Research by Brighton Women's Centre and Homeless Link into rough sleeping couples and how homeless services provide them with support.

Accessibility is the key: wheelchair accessible homes needed for private rent

An investigation by Abode Impact into the lack of suitable private homes to rent for wheelchair users in the UK.

Non-resident parents and shared housing

Research conducted by the Cambridge Centre for Housing & Planning Research into the impact on children of non-resident parents living in shared accommodation.

Research into the lives of Romanian migrant workers living in encampments in London

Research looking at the nature of tent encampments made by migrant workers, conducted by Thames Reach.

Building safe choices

Research conducted by Stonewall Housing, investigating current provision of housing and related care and support services for older LGBT+ people.

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