Furniture Provision in Social Housing

Social housing exists to provide homes for the most vulnerable people in our society and yet our research showed that only 2% of social homes are let as furnished or partly furnished, compared to 29% in the private rental sector.

End Furniture Poverty provides a wide range of support and guidance to social landlords to help them to understand the benefits of furniture provision, for both tenant and landlord. If you would like to speak to End Furniture Poverty and receive support to set up a furniture scheme for your tenants, please contact us to find out more.

A Blueprint for Furniture Provision in Social Housing

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Research – No Place like Home

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Furnished Tenancy Support for Social Landlords

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Crisis Schemes and Gifting

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Furniture Reuse Scheme

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