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Building homes, making places, enhancing lives

We house single homeless people of the London Borough of Brent and are organised in a self-managing, friendly, community Co-operative, funded by local government and the Homes & Communities Agency to purchase, modernise & manage our own properties. Arneway currently owns converted houses, which comprise as separate one-bedroom units.

About us
We are a small housing co-operative based in Harlesden & we specialise in helping single homeless people
Our History
Since 1979 Arneway has provided affordable housing run as a Co-operative for its benefit of the members.
Contact us
Call, email, write. Members also have the ability to register for one of our WhatsApp Groups


Minutes of Arneway Away Day 7th of October 2023
ITEM  Attendees:  Salina Sandhu (Chair) Izzy Olszewska (Secretary), Duncan Aitkins (HSM) Judith...
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Minutes of Arneway Finance Meeting 
ITEM  ACT  Attendees:  Salina Sandhu (Chair) Izzy Olszewska (Secretary), Duncan Aitkins...
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Arneway Housing Co-op CONFLICT OF INTEREST POLICY This policy applies to all Executive personnel and...
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General Meeting 2023 9th of November Harlesden Methodist Church
Minutes of Arneway General Meeting 2023 9th of November Harlesden Methodist Church   Attendees: ...
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Arneway Housing Co-op  Minutes of General Meeting- 3rd of November – Teams Apologies Peter Akanbi,...
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GLA Mayor's Academies Programs
I work for Capital City College Group on the Mayor’s Academies and the purpose of the academies is to...
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Newsletter July 2024 - Arneway
Many local authorities at that time encouraged these groups to form Co-ops and so it was that Arneway...
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Consultation On The Draft Staples Growth Area Masterplan And Design Code Supplementary Planning Document
Dear Sir/ Madam, Brent Council is inviting comments on the draft Staples Corner Growth Area Masterplan...
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The Road to Freedom: Exhibition events Arneway
Poetry writing workshop The Road to Freedom: Ending slavery in Britain Join Learning Through the Arts...
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May 2024 Arneway Newsletter
WHAT IS TENANCY FRAUD ? The National Fraud Authority have estimated the cost of tenancy fraud to be £900...
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After World Health Day: Navigate Blood Sugar Care
Reflecting on World Health Day, we’re reminded of the importance of health management. This day...
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Welcome to our monthly newswire designed to keep you informed of the latest business and tax issues....
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LIVE magazine

The Spring issue of LIVE magazine is online now

The latest issue is full of resident information and articles

Dear Colleague,

Please find below our social media tool kit for the Stop Loan Sharks Week in the last week of October. The theme is people pretending to be something they are not (a friend or a legitimate lender) – to tie in with Halloween. #behindthemask. We really hope you can spread awareness of the dangers of using loan sharks throughout this week.

As a reminder SLS week is 24th-31st October

Social Media Toolkit Home page – Stop Loan Sharks

Please remember to tag us on your social media handles.

As part of Brent Health Matters NHS, we would like to announce a series of Health and Wellbeing events scheduled for January 2024, and we encourage you to share this information with your residents to participate.

The events will cover a range of topics, including health promotion, emotional wellbeing, physical fitness, mental health, nutrition, and stress/debt management plus more.

I have attached a Pop-up Schedule outlining the various events and their timings. Please take a moment to review the schedule, and share it with your residents, encouraging them to join in the activities.

We look forward to working together to create a healthier and happier community.


Dear Consultee,

Brent is consulting on proposed changes to existing conservation area boundaries as well as a proposal for a new conservation area at Kensal Rise and the de-designation of the Sudbury Cottages Conservation Area.  The consultation will be running until 11 March 2024.

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Dear All

We have relaunched of Brent Council’s, ‘Brent Well & Warm’ programme. Brent Well & Warm aims to support residents through the cost of living crisis. And now residents can refer themselves.

What is Brent Well & Warm?

Brent Well & Warm is a referral support programme led by Brent Council and Groundwork’s Green Doctors, and is available to Brent’s most vulnerable residents who are struggling to keep their homes warm and to pay their energy bills.

The Green Doctors will provide in depth consultations to residents, which could include a visit to residents’ homes to install free energy-saving measures, giving advice on bills and providing referrals to further services to improve health and well-being.

Who can make referrals to Brent Warm & Well?

The referral route is now open to the public. Brent staff members and partner agencies can still also refer a resident for the programme. In particular, we encourage referrals from Health, Housing or Care Teams.

What is the eligibility criteria?

Any Brent household with one or more of the following:

• Anyone over the age of 60

• Families with children under 12

• Anyone with long term physical or mental health conditions

• Anyone who is pregnant

How can I refer a resident?

If you would like to refer a Brent resident that is struggling, please complete this form here: Brent Well & Warm form – you can also send this form to residents so they can self-refer.

Presentation and appreciation from Current Chair Salina Sandhu to long standing member Philip Taverner.

Philip is an exemplary member who has played an active role to the board, past and present day.

He completed 40 years as a member with Arneway Housing Co-op Ltd. in 2023