About Us

Second City Housing Ltd, was set up in 2016 to provide accommodation and support to individuals who are at risk of homelessness. Our main aim is to deliver holistic housing services to maximize tenancy sustainability and assist individuals on a pathway into employment, training & advice.

Accommodations

As one Birmingham’s largest accommodation providers, we provide temporary accommodations for the local authorities for homeless families, social services and domestic violence individuals. We are also able to provide hostel and hotel emergency accommodations.

Our Commitment

Maintaining safe and secure properties is our number one priority. We want to ensure our tenants have a safe place to live. All of our properties are inspected on a monthly basis, we also have our own maintenance team who are at hand 7/7.

Testimonials

“I have been homeless for a long time and lived in various supported accommodation, I was referred to Second City Housing through Midland Heart, I thought their accommodation and support would be like what I have previously experience, which wasn’t of good standards. I can honestly say I have never been happier, my support worker has helped me to access, training and my accommodation is great. Thank you for giving me a chance to start again”

“I lost my job, and couldn’t afford to pay my rent. I became homeless, Second City Housing were there to help me. I now have a nice accommodation, and I have also become a volunteer, helping paint properties which I am passionate about.”

Our Skillset / Interesting Facts

98% Success Rate

85% housing Ratio

67 Happy Residents

Over 20 Properties &
counting

Over 70 available Lets

100% support response

Our Properties Map

Latest from Our Blog

MUCH MORE NEEDS TO BE DONE TO RESPOND TO ‘UNACCEPTABLE’ LEVELS OF HOMELESSNESS

Responding to the Crisis report that estimates homelessness in Wales will grow by a third in the next five years CIH Cymru highlighted the ongoing impact of welfare reform, and called for a national conversation about the value and purpose of social housing. Matt Dicks, director of CIH Cymru said, “It is unacceptable that in such a wealthy society such as ours, we have so many people who are forced to live on the streets or live in unsuitable accommodation because they are unable to afford or access the most basic of human rights – a safe and warm place to call home.” Today’s report

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