22 June 2021

After ten years of planning and development we were delighted to be able to open the doors of LandAid House and welcome our first residents in May 2021. This is a historic moment, not just for us as an organisation, but for London as a whole, as this bespoke 146-person hostel is the first purpose-built homeless accommodation to be constructed in the city for a decade. 

Designed pro-bono by the award winning architects Levitt Bernstein, the building seeks to raise the standard of homeless accommodation with a sleek contemporary design, light airy communal spaces and soon-to-be-completed onsite gym. Arranged over a combination of one, two, five and six-bed flats with shared kitchens, the building will benefit around 10,000 young people over the next sixty years as they transition from homelessness to independent living. 

This has been a mammoth effort to get to this point and we would like to thank all of our donors and funding partners who have contributed to this £25m project and have made our vision for LandAid House possible. Special thanks to LandAid whose support has been recognised through the naming of the building. 

For a full list of contributing partners please visit our Partners page.