The supported housing property will offer five units for vulnerable residents
Submitted by National Housing Group
A national property and housing firm that tackles the housing crisis and homelessness has recently started renovations on a new social housing property in Willesden Green, in London.
National Housing Group (NHG) has recently commenced renovations on the property on Cobbold Road, which will house five vulnerable residents, who are in need of a safe home environment.
The supported housing property will offer five units, each with a kitchenette and an en-suite bathroom. Residents will also have access to a larger, fully equipped kitchen and a garden area.
National Housing Group is currently in the process of installing solar panels onto the flat roof, ensuring the property is eco-friendly and cost-efficient for the residents.
It is likely that a local housing organisation will be taking on the lease of the Willesden Green property to provide tailor-made support, care, and accommodation services for adults in need.
Speaking of the building renovation, Stephen Wasserman, National Housing Group’s founder, and CEO, said: “I am immensely pleased to see renovation work underway at Cobbold Road. It is a privilege to be able to offer high-quality living spaces to vulnerable adults who might otherwise struggle to find suitable accommodation in the area.”
Stephen said: “Once completed, the property will hugely benefit those who reside there, as well as the Willesden Green community. Everyone is really excited to be helping support these individuals who need a place they can call home.”
National Housing Group works with housing associations, councils, and charities, such as Social Interest Group, nationwide to provide high-quality accommodation to vulnerable adults who are often neglected and can find it challenging to secure a property.
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