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Overlooked and marginalised? The experience of separated parents in shared accommodation

By Megan Fereday / June 12, 2019

On Fathers’ Day, Kathryn Muir explores CCHPR’s research into the experiences of non-resident parents who are forced to live in shared rented accommodation.

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Making the Case report into Peer Landlord and a Supportive Shared Housing approach released

By Rebecca Dillon / July 26, 2018

The Commonweal funded Making the Case report into supportive shared housing and the Peer Landlord model in particular has been released.

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Existing shared housing solutions fail to meet the requirements of non-resident parents…This is a clear social injustice and needs to change

By Kathryn Muir / December 19, 2017

In our latest guest blog, Kathryn Muir from the Cambridge Centre for Housing and Planning Research provides her thoughts on her research on non-resident parents

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Too poor to parent?

By Rebecca Dillon / December 6, 2016

Commonweal Housing launch new research project looking at housing options for separated parents Commonweal Housing today launch a new research project to examine the housing situation of separated parents whose children live with them part-time. The research will examine current housing options for low income separated parents and seek to provide an evidence base for…

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Sharing the future

By Rebecca Dillon / July 6, 2016

Five years into our Peer Landlord project, we’ve reached a crucial point; the commencement of the second phase of delivery, up until April 2018. There are thirteen properties up and running, leased to and managed by our partners Catch 22 & Thames Reach, with the first Phase having been evaluated by a team from the…

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