Property guardian vacancies in London

More than 20,000 homes in London — and 25,378 in the commuter belt — are empty long term despite the growing housing shortage. Government data shows the hotspots for abandoned properties in London are Barnet, Camden, Croydon, Southwark and Kensington & Chelsea. Each of these boroughs have more than 1,000 homes that have been empty for six months or more.

Rents in the capital have far outstripped the rest of the country over the past decade and have risen more rapidly than inflation, putting an added strain on the working population. At the same time, house prices continue to rise, putting the dreams of home ownership beyond the reach of a generation of young people.

Becoming a property guardian in London is an excellent way to access affordable housing, experience a different way of living, and save money to secure a more stable future.

Property guardianship benefits local communities by tackling crime and antisocial behaviour that empty properties attract. It benefits property owners who get a highly effective means of securing their empty property, and it benefits young professionals and key workers who are seeking affordable housing in the capital.

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Becoming a property guardian in London is an excellent way of getting access to affordable housing in the capital

Our guardian scheme is providing young professionals and key workers with access to affordable housing across the capital, tackling the problem of empty housing in London head on. Property guardian vacancies in London get filled quickly, so when applying make sure you state clearly your availability to move .

Read more about what you can expect from becoming a property guardian in London and apply below to join our community and get the guardian experience.

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We have created a checklist of pre-move requirements and also some FAQs for you to review before getting started with your application. If you have any questions about the process, feel free to get in touch.