Helping homeless people into private renting

An established private renting project can support people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness and are willing to consider housing in the private rented sector.

A good project will work with clients and landlords to find, create and sustain tenancies in the private rented sector and by supporting clients to overcome financial, structural and personal barriers. In this search engine, you will find projects that deliver a range of services.

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Accomodate PRS (Criminal Justice System)

Local authority: All London

We work with 5,000 people a year in London, providing a range of accommodation & community based support services to help clients maintain their own tenancies, promote independent living, social & economic wellbeing & greater inclusion in the community.

Eligibility

Clients are single people of any age who are homeless or at imminent threat of homelessness and have a demonstrable record of engagement with the Criminal Justice System. Clients will have shown progression addressing offending, will have no recent rent a

Email: info@shp.org.uk
Phone: 020 7520 8660

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Bridging the Gap

Local authority: London Borough of Merton

For information on this scheme contact them directly using the details provided

Email: james@btguk.org
Phone: 020 8090 1486

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Causeway Irish Housing Association

Local authority: All London, Haringey

Causeway Irish HA is a not-for-profit organisation providing temporary accommodation primarily for young Irish people in London. We also support our tenants through help with education, employment, benefits, resettlement & community involvement.

Eligibility

The client group is single homeless people aged 18 and over with no access to social housing.

Email: info@irishcauseway.org.uk
Phone: 020 8365 1751

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CAYSH

Local authority: All London, Croydon, Greenwich, Sutton

Young people under 35, homeless or soon to be homeless, with low/no support needs.

Eligibility

The client must have a local connection to: All London, Croydon, Greenwich, Sutton

Email: info@caysh.org
Phone: 0208 760 5530

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CAYSH - CRIAS

Local authority: London Borough of Croydon

CRIAS gives financial support and advice to people who are 18 or over and ready to move into independent living. Depending on your age this could be shared or self contained accommodation.

Eligibility

18-24 years of age, single, considered by the referral agency to have low or no ‘support needs’, not entitled to housing support under any other statutory programme, entitled to Government support in the UK and considered able to maintain a tenance in a s

Email: info@caysh.org
Phone: 0208 683 0227

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City of London - Housing Needs Team

Local authority: City of London

The Housing Needs Team manages the City of London Housing Register and offers a front line service to the City's residents and workers, providing advice on their housing options.

Eligibility

Contact the Housing Needs Team to find out what services are available to you

The client must have a local connection to: City of London

Phone: 020 7332 1237 / 020 7332 3452/1804

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Deptford Reach Bridging Gaps PRS

Local authority: London Borough of Lewisham

Eligibility

People considered to be homeless not in priority need, people with a local connection, people who do not have a local connection, 18-24 year olds, 25-34 year olds, ex-offenders and those who are35+.

Email: info@deptfordreach.org.uk
Phone: 020 8692 6548

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