We are Folk.

We believe it’s time to stop settling for mediocrity in renting. Renting shouldn’t be a sacrifice of location, size or cost. It shouldn’t be endless problems with boilers or dealing with a landlord with a power complex. Or an experience spent on your own with nothing but a tiny space to call your own.

Renting should be about feeling comfortable in somewhere designed around your wants and needs. It should be about spending time enjoying yourself, not wasting it on boring stuff. About meeting great people, making new friends and sharing life-long memories with them.

We’re on a mission to set a new standard for renting.


What westand for...

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A Private Sanctuary

Experience the comfort of your own private studio apartment. We understand some things are better not shared, so all our studios have ensuite bathrooms and private kitchenettes, so you can retreat when you need to. With your own front door, this is your home.

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Responsibility and Care

We’re committed to providing you with a well designed, professionally managed home. Our fully trained staff, including maintenance experts and Mental Health First Aiders, are always around to lend a hand, whether you need a local recommendation for dinner or need help getting a leak fixed. Which means you can focus less on admin and more on enjoying your time with us.



Safety and Security

We know how important it is to feel safe in your home, so your security is our number one priority. With our 24/7 onsite team and robust access control, you can rest easy knowing your home is completely secure.



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Living Sustainably

By now, we all know it’s important to live more responsibly. Living at Folk means sharing resources and ideas. Join our educational events, embrace our zero-use plastics policy, and collaborate with our sustainability ambassadors.


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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”

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Share Community

Share Community is a registered charity founded in 1972 that provides programs and activities to help disabled people live happier, healthier, and more independent lives by offering accredited training, personal development courses, befriending services, and social events.

Share Nurseries is a social enterprise that helps their students gain valuable horticulture skills to support them in their journey towards employment.


South Thames Colleges

South Thames Colleges Group operates four colleges in southwest London, with their main campus located in Wandsworth. Folk has partnered with the group to offer internship opportunities to students at Sunday Mills in Earlsfield.

Paul Naylor, Folk General Manger said "these internships provide an excellent opportunity for students to gain professional experience, transferable skills, and a better understanding of how the business operates. Students will cover a range of skills in various roles such as event planning, community management, customer service, hospitality, and facility management."

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Carney’s Community

Carney's is a community focused that helps young people from Wandsworth and Lambeth who face disadvantages and exclusion by providing a nurturing and supportive environment for people aged 11-30 to reduce re-offending and antisocial behaviour and empower them with the skills and confidence they need to succeed.

The charity is committed to creating social in-house enterprises that provide employment and valuable life experience through activities such as teaching employable skills, boxing and fitness sessions, food programs to combat food poverty, and community building activities. These activities have a positive and lasting impact on the lives of countless young individuals.


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