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Bromley Homeless

Initial Property Consultation


About the Organisation


Bromley Homeless exist to relieve poverty through the provision of accommodation, advice and assistance for those in insecure housing, threatened with homelessness or with inadequate living arrangements. We offer a variety of vital practical support and services for people over 18 who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless in Bromley. We currently operate from the United Reformed Church, delivering the following provisions:

  • Benefit support, housing support and eviction mediation.
  • Organise hosted accommodation & food provisions.
  • Emergency accommodation/ Night shelter – offering emergency accommodation in winter months.
  • Medical and psychological support– access to counselling/NHS mental health services.
  • Addiction– via sign posting to relevant NHS services.
  • ID documents– help to apply for key personal documents that people may require to access housing.

Last year Bromley Homeless provided 1,000 advice and advocacy service sessions, delivered 54 therapy sessions, provided emergency accommodation for 32 individuals, arranged hosts for 16 clients and supported 57 clients to access accommodation from private landlords & RSLs.

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In 2022 Bromley Homeless were awarded money from the government’s Night Shelter Transformation fund link for more information for a feasibility study to identify clear options for improving their night shelter offering. Their aims include increasing their bed spaces and quality of accommodation, providing a diverse range of quality, dignified provisions and more sustainable routes off the streets. Accessing a sustainable long-term solution to acquiring a new space will also allow them to locate the advice service in the same place as their accommodation.

The charity are in experienced in property matters and would like some input into the options available to them and their viability. This could include their current rented space based in a local church, along with exploring further locations and lease arrangements. They have identified the following requirements so far:

  • Ideally located in or a short distance from Bromley town centre, but would be flexible.
  • Enough space for 6-8 rooms with own en-suite facilities, a communal kitchen and common room area.
  • Space to house their advice service.

Gaining advice will enable them to make an informed decision about their options, allow them to complete the feasibility study and provide them with the next steps.

Bromley Homeless would therefore welcome pro bono support from a consultant who can work through the options available to them for improving their night shelter provision and provide advice on developing their project. 


ASAP – the charity has until 31 March 2023 to complete the feasibility stage of their project.

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