We're featured in the Young Foundation's publication New Housing Perspectives
One of our tenants and landlords took part in some research about us, as an intermediary organisation operating in the private rented sector. Our director Tessa also wrote an article on this topic, exploring some of the recent digital and social innovations helping to improve practice. She spoke alongside the other authors at an event at U+I's office in Howick Place on 24 April 2019. You can download the publication here.
Summer issue: The Bermondsey Biscuit & Rotherhithe Docker
The paper features an editorial on page 23 about us and the Thames Trek for 999 Club our co-director is doing on 12 October 2019 for the second year to raise funds for our local homeless charity the 999 Club. Have a read to see how you can join her.
Spring issue: The Bermondsey Biscuit & Rotherhithe Docker
The article on page 33 talks about why we've set-up as an estate agent social enterprise, what we've done so far and what we hope to do in the future! You can read the paper online here.
University of Sussex Spotlight on...
Our co-director Tessa Gooding was recently featured by the University of Sussex alumni department in their 'Spotlight on' series. You can read the interview here.
A Southwark-based brother and sister team have established their own estate agency in the borough, in order to encourage better agency practices and help tackle homelessness. Tessa Gooding speaks exclusively to Southwark magazine about improving agency practices and meeting more housing needs within the current housing policy and funding framework... Read the full article here.
Estate Agent Today – Agency on a mission: family-run firm pledges profits for homeless
A London estate agency run by a brother and sister is trying something completely new – it pledges to use some of its profits to help the homeless and to introduce a voluntary board to decide how funds should be used…Read the full article here.