Wolverhampton House Project reaches one- year milestone
Posted 9th December 2020
The House Project, a partnership between the council, Wolverhampton Homes, the National House Project and commercial partner Reconomy, was launched in October last year with 10 people signing up to take part. Despite the process being delayed by Covid-19, workers behind the scheme have highlighted a number of successes and say those taking part – who are all aged 16 and over – have made tremendous headway.
Click below to read the full press release in the Express and Star:
Commercial partner Reconomy has reaffirmed its commitment to the pioneering Wolverhampton House Project
Reconomy has reaffirmed its commitment to a pioneering programme that is providing support and accommodation for young care leavers. The Wolverhampton House Project is a partnership between The City of Wolverhampton Council, The National House Project and Reconomy, the UK’s leading provider of outsourced waste management and resource-led services.Read more