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Places for People, and therefore Living Plus, is a member of Homes for Cathy, a national alliance of housing associations and homelessness charities dedicated to raising awareness of the needs of homeless people.
Living Plus' new service in Grimsby gets its official title after a local resident wins naming competition.
In June 2018, Living Plus signed up to the Chartered Institute of Housing's 'Make a Stand' campaign.
Living Plus are celebrating the one year anniversary of their integrated domestic abuse support service in Northumberland.
A new scheme providing 60 extra care apartments will soon be taking shape to address the needs of elderly people in Grimsby.
A new Living Plus supported living scheme is being built in Halifax for people with Learning Disabilities and Autism.
Residents at two Living Plus schemes are benefiting from voice-controlled technology.
A character created by Places for People for the residents at a Living Plus Later Life scheme has inspired older people to get online.
A new initiative to help tackle domestic abuse in Northumberland was officially launched on Friday.
Our Specialist Landlord Operational Team marks 30 years of support for Blackburn and Darwen District Without Abuse (BDDWA)
Award-winning social enterprise Oomph! are partnering with Places for People Living Plus.
- New scheme will provide 22 supported living and complex care apartments in Halifax- Part of c. £55 million investment from Places for People into supported housingPlaces for People Living Plus is underway with a new supported living development in Yorkshire, in a partnership project with national support service provider Lifeways.
A South Shields project that provides accommodation and support for young parents aged 16-25 years has won an award at the national Women in Housing Awards, beating off stiff competition from projects from across the UK.
The Government’s recent announcement regarding the Future Funding of Supported Housing is a significant boost to the housing sector and will offer real confidence to the vulnerable groups which Places for People Living Plus supports.
We currently provide services to a large number of commissioners, working closely with partners to help improve lives and communities.
We're pleased to launch Living Plus, the new name for our individual support services.