Sycamore House

The original Sycamore House, in Sycamore Gardens, was built in the 1950’s to provide 40 flats on land bought on favourable terms from Hammersmith Borough Council.

That building was officially opened on 9th June, 1955 by H.R.H. The Duchess of Gloucester. Later, in the mid 1980’s, the 24 bed-sitting room flats (bed-sits) were converted to provide one bedroom units with a separate sitting room, to match the other 16 original flats.

In March 2012 a new building providing 20 high specification flats was opened and a further four flats were formed from areas originally used as the charity’s offices and from the original residents’ lounge.

Currently, Sycamore House has 52 flats, a  guest flat, a  residents’ lounge, library and internet access, and a laundry.

Official opening by H.R.H. The Duchess of Gloucester

 

Hammersmith United Charities Response to Coronavirus (COVID-19)

In line with Government advice, Hammersmith United Charities has invoked our Business Continuity Plan and implemented a new operating model focussed on keeping the residents of our Almshouses, our team, contractors and partners safe and well during the Coronavirus pandemic. (more…)

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H&F CAN and UNITED Community fund

UNITED in Hammersmith & Fulham has launched a Coronavirus (Covid-19) Community Fund for local non profit organisations. Find all the information and the link to the online application form: (more…)

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RE: Covid-19

In light of the recent developments around Coronavirus disease (COVID-19), we are now limiting access to our premises to all external visitors.

Please avoid coming in person to our offices the majority of our staff is now working from home.

To get in touch, please email:

Housing: morris.berhane@hamunitedcharities.com

Please note we’re still welcoming application forms for housing (via email or post), but the admission process might get delayed in the weeks to come.

Grants: grants@hamunitedcharities.com

General enquiries: officeadmin@hamunitedcharities.com

 

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Mural Project at John Betts House

After the Mosaic Project, our residents are back to work! This time they’re painting a series of panels to form a Mural for a wall at John Betts House – and of course they are helped again by local school children. We can’t wait to see the final result in a few months!

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