News and Features

9 June 2017 | News and Features

Partnering with U+I on their next ‘U+I Think’ event: Meanwhile Worthwhile Forever

Tickets were only made available a few days ago, but we’re delighted that there’s been such interest in the next ‘U+I Think’ event, which we are helping to organise in partnership with U+I. Only a few spaces remain. Book in now if you’d like to join us for an informal evening of drinks, networking and a… Read More

1 June 2017 | News and Features

The impact of the housing crisis on civil society

Here’s a summary of a talk on the harm the housing crisis does to civil society given by our founder Katharine Hibbert at a ‘Good Women’ event hosted at Notting Hill Housing and organised by Koreo. At Dot Dot Dot, we are keenly aware of the harm that the housing crisis is doing to individuals… Read More

3 April 2017 | News and Features

Dot Dot Dot | Affordable Housing | Innovation

Social Innovation for Students in Nottingham

Dot Dot Dot’s Business Development Coordinator Abi Perriman attended Nottingham University’s Social Innovation for Students Conference last week. The organisers invited Abi as a guest speaker both based on her experience on Charityworks and working at an innovative social enterprise like Dot Dot Dot. She was a member on the panel exploring “What is social… Read More

24 March 2017 | News and Features

Dot Dot Dot | LGBT+ | Cheap Rent

Dot Dot Dot is an LGBT+ Friendly Housing Provider

We are proud to publicly state that we are an LGBT+ friendly housing provider. We house a diverse and rich mix of people across the country, among them many members of the LGBT+ community. Whilst our staff always treat anyone of any background with positivity, friendliness and respect, recent research makes clear that displaying LGBT+ friendly status… Read More

28 February 2017 | News and Features

Dot Dot Dot’s reaction to Bristol property guardian court case judgment

On 24th February at Bristol County Court a property guardian company lost a case against one of its guardians. Our view is that this case highlights poor practice by others in the industry, but has no immediate implications for our approach, or the viability of the property guardian approach in principle. We pride ourselves on… Read More

10 January 2017 | News and Features

Our reaction to reports about property guardians in Bristol

Dot Dot Dot is a social enterprise, and it is part of our mission to raise standards in the property guardian industry. A story has recently surfaced in Bristol that highlights some poor practice in our complicated and growing sector. We felt it important to clarify some of the points raised and to outline our… Read More

23 December 2016 | News and Features

Christmas | Housing | Dot Dot Dot

Seasons Greetings! We’ll be away from the 24th December until the 3rd January.

Seasons greetings to all! We’ll be away over the Christmas period from the 24th December until the 3rd January. But that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t apply to be a guardian, or get in contact about an empty building if you’re a property owner. Or, if you’ve got any general queries, feel free to send an email… Read More

25 November 2016 | News and Features

The Big Picture

The Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH) are celebrating 100 years by launching an exciting competition. The Big Picture is a photography competition designed to illustrate the real value of housing. They are inviting housing staff and housing residents (including property guardians) to submit a photograph they think sums up the real value of housing. We… Read More

11 November 2016 | News and Features

Dot Dot Dot | Talks | Women | Smart Works

Our Founder speaks at ‘Women and Resilience’

Our founder, Katharine Hibbert, will be speaking at a ‘Women and Resilience’ event taking place on the 22nd November. She will be one of a number of inspiring women talking about their journeys in the business world, and ‘resilience’ within and outside of it. The event is presented by Telegraph Women and The Women’s Chapter, sponsored… Read More

13 May 2016 | News and Features

Is London Dying?

A Panel Discussion With Dot Dot Dot’s Founder, Katharine Hibbert On Monday Dot Dot Dot founder Katharine Hibbert featured on a panel discussion about the provocative question ‘is London dying?’ at Conway Hall, Holborn. Alongside Ian Sinclair, Tom Hodgkinson and Angus Hanton, Katharine spoke about some of the issues facing London in the immediate future. Housing… Read More

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