Approval of 10 studio flats for cohort 1

Approval of 10 studio flats for cohort 1

Posted 18th March 2020

The National House Project aims to help young people leaving care into their first home, by giving them access to a property they can do up and move into, and a community to support them as they make the transition.

On Wednesday 18th March 2002, Wolverhampton Cabinet agreed to approve the allocation of up to 10 studio flats or one-bedroom properties to young people leaving care.

Click here to view the Cabinet report

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