Around 40 colleagues from Riverside and One Housing, together with a few residents from our partners Tonic Housing, marched with their own float through central London to commemorate Pride and celebrate LGBTQI+ rights in the UK.
Arlington and Beyond is a new book that celebrates the creative work of residents living in Camden’s famous Arlington homeless hostel, the centre’s storied history and it’s holistic approach to helping rough sleepers off the streets.
Last month, the Boards of The Riverside Group and One Housing Group gave their approval for One Housing to join Riverside as a subsidiary, creating one of the country’s largest association groups, with over 75,000 homes.
One Housing, a London-based housing association, has partnered with Mount Anvil to deliver 159 new homes at award winning sustainable development Royal Eden Docks in East London. The apartments bolster One Housing’s focus on its core London housing portfo
As a housing association with a strong social purpose, building and managing homes is not the only thing we do. Helping people when they most need it and adding value in our communities is at the centre of everything we do.
Today One Housing completed the purchase of 60 homes, as part of its plans to buy a total of up to 200 new homes, within the Greenwich Millennium Village – a major sustainable development on the Greenwich Peninsula, which is a stone’s throw away from Cana
Baycroft Activity Coordinator, Lu Lawrence was recently nominated for the ‘Care Home Activity Organiser Award’ at this year’s Great British Care Awards. The Great British Care Awards are a series of regional events, across the United Kingdom, that look to
Residents at one of our Camden based supported living schemes have been able to reconnect and continue their learning, all thanks to a generous donation of IT equipment from the Good Things Foundation.
Students from the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, London are working on an innovative intergenerational project with older residents living at Protheroe House, our extra-care scheme in Tottenham.
Many of the things we turn to for comfort such as TV, books and newspapers, aren’t always accessible when you are visually impaired. During isolation the radio can be the only thing you can to turn to for news, entertainment and a comforting voice at home
Currently, six million people, living in 2.4 million households, are suffering through fuel poverty in the UK. A further 200,000 people could fall into fuel poverty as the economy struggles to recover from the impact of the pandemic, new analysis has sugg
A big floury thumbs-up to 89 year-old resident Flo, who has been baking delicious home-made pies for local elderly and vulnerable people since the pandemic began - and thanks to social media she’s receiving world-wide recognition.
World Mental Health Day is a great opportunity for us to raise awareness of our dedicated staff working with customers throughout this difficult time, as well as to credit our customers for adapting to the ‘new normal’.
Across the country housing organisations have unique access to their communities. We build, manage, and maintain homes, and we provide something most people would consider to be their most important possession, a home. If a home doesn’t provide safety and
One Housing will receive £15million of capital grant to deliver 115 homes, as well as revenue funding to provide support. This is part of The Mayor’s ‘move-on’ homes programme which builds on City Hall’s wider work to help rough sleepers.
Our care and support team at Arlington was 'highly commended' in the Support and Care Team of the Year award at this year’s Housing Heroes, run by Inside Housing and the Chartered Institute of Housing.