News

CEO Kingsley to speak at Congress Centre

published: December 14th 2018

Naomi Kingsley speaking at the Inside Government event, Improving Health and Social Care through Housing on January 22nd. According to the Building Research Establishment (BRE), the cost of poor housing to the NHS is £1.4 billion per year. It is critical that housing is high on the agenda as a key component of a comprehensive […] Read more ➜

King’s Fund Annual Conference

published: November 20th 2018

The King’s Fund Annual Conference focuses on opportunities to improve health and care. It is the flagship event for system leaders and practitioners to discover, learn and celebrate ways of delivering better health and care service, and better integration including with Housing. Over the two day event London Rebuilding Society (LRS) will show how our […] Read more ➜

Home Improvement Scheme receives £780k social investment

published: September 3rd 2018

London Rebuilding Society manages to raise the funds to help more vulnerable homeowners struggling to do their homes up. We’re thrilled by the outcome of our fundraise on the positive investment platform Ethex. We raised the target of £240,000 in a record time of two weeks, compared to an average of six to eight weeks. […] Read more ➜

First National Hoarding Conference

published: May 3rd 2018

London Rebuilding Society supports homeowners with hoarding behaviour. Hosted at the Emirates on May 14th, the National Hoarding Conference is an event that brings light to a real issue, hoarding behaviour in the UK. This is an outcome of the charity, HoardingUK’s campaign to raise awareness of the problem. We at London Rebuilding Society are […] Read more ➜

Selected by Allianz for Social OPEX project!

published: November 3rd 2014

Volans, a sustainability and social innovation think-tank and consultancy, have nominated LRS to Allianz. As a result, the global insurance and financial services company selected LRS to take part in their annual Social OPEX programme. Facilitated by experts from Allianz, the programme fuses their in-house operational effectiveness methodology (OPEX). The focus is to help social […] Read more ➜

Healthy Homes, Better Lives – Waltham Forest, 21st Nov

published: October 17th 2014

Refurbish your home with no upfront cost! Come and visit us at this community event in Walthamstow, and find out more about our Home Improvement Scheme. This could be your solution for refurbishing or adapting your property. Also joining us will be a number of other organisations providing information and services that could be of interest […] Read more ➜

London Rebuilding Society 13th AGM

published: October 10th 2014

  We were delighted so many partners, supporters and friends joined us at our 13th AGM at end of September! It was an opportunity to celebrate past successes,  and highlight some of our exciting current and future projects, in particular our new and unique collaboration with industry partners to deliver the next phase of the […] Read more ➜

Healthy Homes, Better Lives – free event Newham

published: September 17th 2014

Refurbish your home with no upfront cost! Come and visit us at this community event in Newham, and find out more about our Home Improvement Scheme. This could be your solution for refurbishing or adapting your property. Also joining us will be the Metropolitan Police, Smoking Cessation, Bowel Cancer UK, NHS Dental Oral Health and a […] Read more ➜

Participating in Landlord & Letting Show 2014

published: September 16th 2014

We had a great time at last week’s event meeting Landlords from various London Boroughs and introducing them to our Empty Homes Fund. The event was aimed to educate and inform property professionals by offering access to: ∙ A comprehensive product and services exhibition ∙ Free seminars covering a wide range of topics delivered by […] Read more ➜

e-Mate wins Nominet Trust challenge!

published: January 7th 2014

e-Mate (The Shimmer Platform project) has been selected as one of the winners of Nominet Trust and Founders Forum for Good’s £1M “Social Tech, Social Change” challenge fund. The project will receive a £50,000 share of the fund for driving social and economic change through the ambitious use of technology, as well as mentorship from […] Read more ➜