Newlyn was owned by a local charity called the New Freedom Project who’s work involved supporting people who were recovering from drug and alcohol addiction.  They had owned the property for 10 years and in that time it had been used to house their benefactors whilst on the road to recovery.  During this period the property had fallen into a state of disrepair with worsening damp and structural issues making it financially unviable to renovate whilst plummeting the charity into a severe negative equity situation.  RSW were approached at a funding event and were asked to help.  With a small amount of assistance from ESF funded provision through Penzance Job Centre Plus, we created a training course attended by 4 young claimants, all of whom had minor health issues whilst being supervised and mentored by two ex-servicemen, and renovated the property.  Due to the strict financial restraints, RSW funded the entire renovation and was remunerated when the property was finished and sold.

Newlyn

Newlyn was owned by a local charity called the New Freedom Project who’s work involved supporting people who were recovering from drug and alcohol addiction.  They had owned the property for 10 years and in that time it had been used to house their benefactors whilst on the road to recovery.  During this period the property had fallen into a state of disrepair with worsening damp and structural issues making it financially unviable to renovate whilst plummeting the charity into a severe negative equity situation.  RSW were approached at a funding event and were asked to help.  With a small amount of assistance from ESF funded provision through Penzance Job Centre Plus, we created a training course attended by 4 young claimants, all of whom had minor health issues whilst being supervised and mentored by two ex-servicemen, and renovated the property.  Due to the strict financial restraints, RSW funded the entire renovation and was remunerated when the property was finished and sold.