We offer free home safety assessments and fire safety checks to minimise the risk of an accident at home. If any work is necessary to minimise the risk of a home accident this can be completed for a fee of £10 (free to those receiving means tested benefits). This service is for people aged 65 or over and those with a disability or vulnerability who live in H&F.
We offer free home security assessments. If any additional security equipment is needed to make your home more secure we can supply and fit this for a fee of £10 (free to those receiving means tested benefits). This service is for people aged 65 or over, those with a disability or vulnerability and victims of hate crime, burglary and domestic violence who live in H&F.
We can provide a skilled carpenter to carry out jobs such as fitting door and window locks, putting up shelves, building flat packed furniture and hanging doors. The cost is £50 per hour (inclusive of VAT and parking) plus the cost of materials. There is a minimum charge of 1 hour. A discount is given to people receiving a means tested benefit. This service is available to all H&F residents.
Safer Homes can provide and install draught proofing. This service is available to all H&F residents. The cost to draught proof a door is £5 – £15 and £5 for each window. A 50% discount is given to those receiving means tested benefits.
Contact Caecilia or Tony at Safer Homes, 020 7385 9689, email@example.com
A landlord with a self contained property or accommodation units with share facilities. Connecting Rooms is a new home seeking initiative bringing together households with a spare bedroom to rent and homeseekers in Hammersmith & Fulham in need of affordable accommodation.
- A council tenant, Housing Association tenant or home owner with a spare bedroom
- A landlord with a self contained property or accommodation units with share facilities. Connecting Rooms is a new home seeking initiative bringing together households with a spare bedroom to rent and homeseekers in Hammersmith & Fulham in need of affordable accommodation.
We can help with:
- Incentives and calculations of how you could be financially better off.
- Tenancy preparation – training for prospective tenants
- New landlord training & property management seminars
- A dedicated team to guide you through the process and provide ongoing advice and assistance
For more information contact the Trailblazer Project team on 0020 8753 2130 or via email : firstname.lastname@example.org
A new data privacy law is being introduced in the UK on 25 May 2018. This means that we’re making it easier for you to find out how we use your data and how you can choose and control the data we hold.
To put your mind at rest: this won’t mean we’re changing the way we use your personal information. To help make it easier for you to find out what we do, we’ve created a new “Privacy Notice”. This includes details about your rights and the legal grounds we rely on to hold your data.
On Friday 15th December, Old Oak’s Community Centre and Housing teams joined together to throw a special Christmas event for our customers aged 60 and over.
A mix of local tenants, and other residents, attended this special Christmas Big Tea, built on the success of previous Big Tea events at the Centre, that we’ve held regularly for the past two years.
As well as enjoying sandwiches, a wide range of cakes, tea, coffee and mulled wine, we held a festive themed quiz, a prize raffle, and our guests were treated to a return visit by the very popular singer Dean Gee.
Dean and staff encouraged lots of dancing, with Dean’s mix of Christmas tunes and “Brat Pack” type songs.
One lady told us as she left that she’d had a fantastic time at what was her first Big Tea, and that she’d definitely be back for future events.
Thanks to all our staff and volunteers who really pulled out all the stops to make this an event our older residents clearly very much enjoyed!