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Greater Manchester to get slice of £20m fund to buy and refurbish homes for people at risk of homelessness

Posted 07 December 2020

Properties across Greater Manchester will be bought and refurbished to provide a settled home for families and individuals at risk of homelessness.

A new £20m fund announced by social investment firm Resonance aims to tackle ‘alarming’ numbers of people living in temporary or inappropriate accommodation in the North West.

Let Us are the first partner of this fund and will help people across Greater Manchester. Let Us is a group of registered housing associations who as well as managing social housing - also offer Ethical Lettings Agency services to landlords in Greater Manchester (Bolton at Home, ForHousing, Salix Homes, Stockport Homes Group and Wigan Council).

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