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Thousands of vulnerable people living in ‘unregulated’ housing, report finds

By Megan Fereday / November 6, 2019

06/11/2019 – An estimated 11,000 vulnerable people in Birmingham alone are living in potentially unsafe and unsuitable housing, according to new research

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First Jane Slowey Memorial Bursary recipients shine a light on social injustice

By Megan Fereday / June 18, 2019

Commonweal Housing celebrate the first ever winners of the Jane Slowey Memorial Bursary.

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Memorial bursary applications open to students for a second year

By Jessie Powell / May 15, 2019

Applications are now open for students at the University of Birmingham to apply for one of three bursaries supported by Commonweal Housing.

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What is factory made housing?

By Rebecca Dillon / September 10, 2018

Commonweal Pods to feature in New London Architecture’s research paper.

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New Commonweal Funded LivShare Concept Launches

By Rebecca Dillon / June 21, 2018

The LivShare concept seeks to use modular build technology to provide affordable shared housing for single people on low incomes.

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Rough Justice: social policies creating homelessness

By Rebecca Dillon / June 10, 2014

  The origins of the word ‘Democracy’ stem from the Ancient Greek words dēmos meaning ‘the people’ and kratia – ‘power, rule’. So it stands to reason that government policy should be designed in a way that values and aids these very ‘people’. Whilst we should live in a society where all people matter, where everyone is treated…

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