Welcome to HLG
HLG is a registered charity and a membership organisation; members are voluntary sector organisations working in the homeless, housing, health and social care sectors within Nottingham City and Nottinghamshire County.
We provide training, consultancy and support services to voluntary sector organisations working with people who are homeless or vulnerably housed in Nottingham City and Nottingham County.
We provide a unique role in supporting and coordinating organisations, influencing the services they provide as well as local policy; our overall aim is to help improve choice, opportunity and social justice for the people accessing these services. HLG is financially assisted by Nottingham City Council.
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Salix Homes has... The government is introducing new rules that would allow housing associations to help prevent tenants claiming universal credit from falling into... The Home Office has produced a number interesting and informative infographics, posters and other promotional material covering statistics around the... Nottingham and Nottinghamshire Refugee Forum (NNRF) is the lead organisation of the 'New Communities Alliance (NCA), a consortium of 18 community... Nottingham Women's Centre are offering small grants to support organisations working with women or LGBT communities who do not currently receive...
Thousands of vulnerable people are at risk of losing support under new care legislation passed in May, research by Inside Housing has... Few would deny that poor housing has a negative impact on health, so Carol Matthews, Riverside's chief executive, asks why isn't housing at the centre of... The proportion of new social housing lets going to black and minority ethnic households in England has dropped by nearly a quarter since June... Frontline housing professionals believe they will need to work more closely with residents and more creatively in the future according to new... Under the new rules, Job Centre Plus advisors will be given the discretionary power to exempt rough sleepers and those in supported accommodation from... The use of appropriate technology has the potential to play a huge and positive role in our sector. In this article HLG take a closer look at Client...