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Great design

We’ve used data about what you actually want, need and love from home to inform our design. Then we’ve partnered with incredible architects and designers to bring your vision to life. State-of-the-art appliances, modern furnishing and finishes – we’ve dedicated a lot of time to ensuring this is a place you can feel proud to call home.

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Inclusive communities

Our homes reflect the incredible diversity of the city we’re in. That means connecting people from all walks of life. Everyone’s welcome in a Folk home, regardless of who they are, where they come from, who they love and how they worship. We welcome folk of all ages, interests, cultures, backgrounds and belief systems because we think more diverse communities make for more interesting experiences.

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The Palm House

Harrow Association of Disabled people

The organisation has been operational since 1972. Over the past 50 years, it has helped thousands of disabled people across the Borough access information, advice, and support, providing high-quality services that focus on delivering disabled people equal opportunities and the right to live independently.

DTZ Investors co-living fund (COLIV) launched Folk and its first co-living site, The Palm House in Harrow, North London, earlier this year, selecting HAD as its Folks first charity partner.

COLIV Investment Director Chris Saunders said, “we partnered with HAD as part of our community engagement programme which is funded through our commitment to reinvesting 1% of operating profits back into the community”

Sunday Mill

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The organisation has been operational since 1972. Over the past 50 years, it has helped thousands of disabled people across the Borough access information, advice, and support, providing high-quality services that focus on delivering disabled people equal opportunities and the right to live independently.

DTZ Investors co-living fund (COLIV) launched Folk and its first co-living site, The Palm House in Harrow, North London, earlier this year, selecting HAD as its Folks first charity partner.

COLIV Investment Director Chris Saunders said, “we partnered with HAD as part of our community engagement programme which is funded through our commitment to reinvesting 1% of operating profits back into the community”

Florence Dock

TBA for Forence Dock

The organisation has been operational since 1972. Over the past 50 years, it has helped thousands of disabled people across the Borough access information, advice, and support, providing high-quality services that focus on delivering disabled people equal opportunities and the right to live independently.

DTZ Investors co-living fund (COLIV) launched Folk and its first co-living site, The Palm House in Harrow, North London, earlier this year, selecting HAD as its Folks first charity partner.

COLIV Investment Director Chris Saunders said, “we partnered with HAD as part of our community engagement programme which is funded through our commitment to reinvesting 1% of operating profits back into the community”

The first Folk home is now open in Harrow. Explore The Palm House

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