Our aim is to help vulnerable 1st and 2nd generation Scots in London to establish a secure tenancy and lead a healthy, independent life.
We offer a range of services providing information, advice and advocacy, birth certificates for identification purposes, accommodation and referrals to specialist projects and an outreach worker service.
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Borderline welcomes the announcement by Local Government Minister, Marcus Jones, of £48 million of extra funding to help prevent and reduce homelessness in England (see announcement here). Under the Homelessness Reduction Private Members’ Bill currently going through Parliament, local authorities will be required to help all eligible people – whether they are single or a […]
Following the Scottish Government’s decision to end its grant to Borderline last year, a new application was made this year under the Housing Voluntary Grant Scheme. Unfortunately, our application was unsuccessful. Though recognising the “importance” of our application, the Scottish Government, which was looking for £300,000 savings for the Scheme, has said other applications matched […]