Our Clients Views on LHT

Hassan Jun16

Recently I saw a BBC London news Report about London Housing Trust.  I was shocked and upset with how the Trust was depicted.  I wanted to have my Right to Reply.  Thanks to London Housing Trust I am no longer street homeless, I have had help and support to help me overcome issues around mental health and substance abuse, Further to this my support worker has sign posted me to do my BTEC Diploma level 3 in health and social care in collision I am completing my volunteer placement with LHT.

Further to the above I am currently the chair of the client’s event committee, along with leading a team of Volunteers who reside within the service.   I think the volunteer scheme is a great asset the company have as it makes us all feel part of something and accomplished. I feel like the committee has given me a second chance and that I can change from the person I used to be.
Without London Housing Trust all the above would be void. I have an amazing support network that I have built with them and will continue building.
Thanks to all the team at LHT

John Jun 16
 John has been housed at one of our Croydon projects since Nov15 he has had 6 months to form his opinion of us.  Her is his say.

Sylvester Jun 16
Sylvester recently saw a BBC London News reporting allegations of ‘Malpractice at London Housing Trust.  He told us he was was very upset. With the aid of a mobile phone he wanted to have his view as an Elected Client Committee Member representing the rights and views of all he clients at London Housing Trust.
We commend your passionate words Sylvester and keep up the good work on the committee!

 


Antonio 2013

Antonio talks about his experiences of London Housing Trust on the day of his move on into independent accommodation.


Andrew Jun 11

This is Andrews story.  Andrew stayed in our Greenwich Hostel in 2011.  He talks about his homeless experience and

Andrew Jun 11

Long before London Housing Trust was established. The founding directors was providing Supported Accommodation to hundreds of Londoners looking for housing. Andrew was housed in Greenwich and today after 10 months he is moving on into sheltered accommodation. He has been given a one bed flat in Wimbledon with the help of Scots Care.  See below Andrews Video.