We pride ourselves on working across a broad range of social injustices, providing a mixture of housing units and financial support to our expert project partners.

We then work with our partners to pilot and test role model examples of solutions which use housing to combat social injustices.

All our work closely follows our core aim to find viable solutions to social injustices. You can read more about our strategic plan and how we operate here

Below are our current projects.



Housing options for women fleeing domestic violence.

Peer Landlord

A new model of affordable shared housing where one of the tenants acts as a Peer Landlord to their housemates – providing basic household management, a degree of peer support.

Move On Up

Move On Up is a unique flat share option for carers aged 18-25, who are looking to live independently, while building life skills and focusing on achieving aspirations.


The Amari Project provides much-needed housing and holistic support for sexually exploited women.


Freedom2Work: Buying the future is a project in partnership with private rented access charity Elmbridge Rent Start. The project exists to break cycles of homelessness by offering holistic support to tackle systemic disincentives to re-entry into the labour market.

No Recourse to Public Funds

Aiming to provide free housing & support for destitute migrants who would otherwise be homeless and vulnerable.


Miscarriages of Justice

A joint project with the Royal Courts of Justice Advice Bureau, designed to provide suitable housing for people who have experienced a miscarriage of justice.


RESET was an ESF EQUAL (European) funded programme aiming to establish a best practice model of resettlement of young offenders in England.


Our first flagship project: a ten-year programme centred on the housing needs of women within the criminal justice system and their children.