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  • CreditLadder share their journey to #MakeRentCount with our Reimagining Rent ventures

    8 décembre 2017, par Hannah Kitcher
    Last week we held the first of ten intensive workshops with the first seven ventures to join our Reimagining Rent innovation support programme. Sheraz Dar, CEO of CreditLadder, enterprise that launched 18 months ago to improve tenants credit scores through on time rental payments, met the (...)
  • We’re supporting ventures Reimagining Rent and there’s ripe scope for many more to tackle challenges in the private rented sector.

    5 décembre 2017, par Hannah Kitcher
    Today, in partnership with the Nationwide Foundation, we launch the first cohort of Reimagining Rent, the accelerator supporting ventures focused on vulnerable people in the private housing rental sector. With housing taking centre stage in the Autumn Budget this year, there has been a lot of (...)
  • Reimagining Rent : Meet our first cohort

    5 décembre 2017, par Hannah Kitcher
    Meet the first seven ventures on our Reimagining Rent programme which supports innovative initiatives tackling the many challenges in the PRS to strengthen their business models, demonstrate their impact and grow their potential to scale. The post Reimagining Rent: Meet our first cohort (...)
  • Give communities the ‘permission to act’ to tackle inequalities

    24 novembre 2017, par Hannah Kitcher
    Our CEO Helen Goulden blogs on a Tale of Two Cities, our new research on the importance of communities being given ‘permission to act’ to tackle the sharp effects of a range of inequalities. Following a year-long study in communities across one city in the UK, today we launch a Tale of Two (...)
  • Give communities the ‘permission to act’ to tackle inequalities

    24 novembre 2017, par Hannah Kitcher
    Our CEO Helen Goulden blogs on a Tale of Two Cities, our new research on the importance of communities being given ‘permission to act’ to tackle the sharp effects of a range of inequalities. Following a year-long study in communities across one city in the UK, today we launch a Tale of Two (...)
  • “Plants, agriculture and food have migrated just like everyone else” : the importance of green space in the resettlement of refugees and asylum seekers

    22 novembre 2017, par Hannah Kitcher
    Researcher, Suzy Solley, highlights the potential parks have to improve the wellbeing, and support the integration of refugees and asylum seekers and draws attention to the existing barriers in accessing green space and what we may do to address them. The post “Plants, agriculture and food have (...)
  • “Plants, agriculture and food have migrated just like everyone else” : the importance of green space in the resettlement of refugees and asylum seekers

    22 novembre 2017, par Hannah Kitcher
    Researcher, Suzy Solley, highlights the potential parks have to improve the wellbeing, and support the integration of refugees and asylum seekers and draws attention to the existing barriers in accessing green space and what we may do to address them. The post “Plants, agriculture and food have (...)
  • Tackling social inequality

    17 novembre 2017, par Hannah Kitcher
    Our Director of Communities, Nat Defriend, writes for The Fabian Society on Michael Young's legacy and the enduring recognition of the role which housing and housing policy play in creating, embodying and perpetuating social inequalities. The post Tackling social inequality appeared first on (...)
  • Tackling social inequality

    17 novembre 2017, par Hannah Kitcher
    Our Director of Communities, Nat Defriend, writes for The Fabian Society on Michael Young's legacy and the enduring recognition of the role which housing and housing policy play in creating, embodying and perpetuating social inequalities. The post Tackling social inequality appeared first on (...)
  • Living in Fear – Experiences of Older Private Renters in London

    13 novembre 2017, par Hannah Kitcher
    With the recent launch of our latest social innovation support programme, Reimagining Rent, supporting innovations working to make the private rented sector work better for vulnerable people and those on low incomes, we invited Gordon Deuchars, Policy and Campaigns Manager at Age UK London, to (...)

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