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Homeless Accommodation

We manage 97 units of homeless/temporary housing.

Through this accommodation we aim to provide a high quality of temporary housing for the homeless, that is safe and secure and also offer support to help its residents prepare for more permanent housing in the future.

Allocations for this housing are made by Gloucester City Council’s Housing Options Team. If you are at risk of becoming homeless you will need to contact them.

We own four hostels that provide individual rooms with shared facilities as an alternative to Bed and Breakfast and self-contained flats that are used on a  longer-term basis. We also have a further 39 properties across Gloucester which are used to place families and single people who are able to manage a property of their own or to provide a chance at managing a property, whilst continuing to find a permanent home.

Nova House

In 2014 we opened Nova House, this offers 9 bedrooms and is also used to provide accommodation for families.

Southgate Street

In 2021 we launched 9 units of newly renovated accommodation which can be connected to allow larger spaces for families.

Serco House

Serco House offers 24 units of one and two bed self contained accomodation and aims to provide longer term accomodation for rough sleepers or those at risk of rough sleeping. The former office building was completed in February 2022 and was funded by the Government’s Next Steps Accommodation Program (NSAP), Gloucester City Council and the Gloucestershire Housing Partnership.

Burleigh House

In 2021 we launched 7 units of newly renovated accommodation offering self contained one-bed flats.

St Michaels Square

In 2021 we also launched 6 units of newly renovated accommodation offering self contained one and two bed flats.

A logo stating that we have made a commitment to refer anyone at risk of homelessness

GCH have made a commitment to refer anyone at risk of homelessness.

Logo for Homes for Cathy charity

We are also 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.

Through this accommodation we aim to provide a high quality of temporary housing for the homeless, that is safe and secure and also offer support to help its residents prepare for more permanent housing in the future.

Allocations for this housing are made by Gloucester City Council’s Housing Options Team. If you are at risk of becoming homeless you will need to contact them.

We own four hostels that provide individual rooms with shared facilities as an alternative to Bed and Breakfast and self-contained flats that are used on a  longer-term basis. We also have a further 34 properties across Gloucester which are used to place families and single people who are able to manage a property of their own or to provide a chance at managing a property, whilst continuing to find a permanent home.