Category: Our social impact

So, who do you house?

We are often asked what type of person is suited to property guardianship. Dot Dot Dot CEO, Peter Brown, looks at the diversity of Dot Dot Dot property guardians and what sets them apart from other property guardians.

Volunteering: Once you pop, you can’t stop

Our founder, Katharine, delves into the inspiring results of our recent guardian survey to find out more about how volunteering has impacted their lives, and how they will continue to volunteer for good causes once their guardianship ends.

29 October 2020 | Our social impact, Volunteering

How volunteering helps everyone – not just the beneficiaries

Hear from Dot Dot Dot founder, Katharine, on how through supporting the volunteering efforts of our guardians, we hope to contribute to building a more positive, happier and richer society.

The people behind the regeneration process

Read how Dot Dot Dot sensitively supports estate regeneration by housing engaged property guardians who make caring neighbours.

World Mental Health Day 2020 – Staying well while staying in

Saturday marked World Mental Health Day 2020, and as we all continue to do our best to adjust to the changes happening around us, it’s never been more important to take care of our mental health. Autumn is here and with COVID-19 guidance likely to change for many of us soon, being able to stay… Read More

How Dot Dot Dot can bring value to your area: working with Soha in Henley-on-Thames

Since October 2019, Dot Dot Dot has worked with Soha in Henley-on-Thames to secure their empty assets and bring value to the local area.

How being a property guardian with Dot Dot Dot is different

At Dot Dot Dot we keep compassion at our core, setting ourselves apart from others in our industry through our continued focus and care in helping our guardians to build safer and stronger communities. Read on to learn more about how being a property guardian with Dot Dot Dot is different.

We do more than just property guardianship

Dot Dot Dot’s unique approach to property guardianship adds a focus on community-building and placemaking. Read more about how we go beyond just providing empty property security and inexpensive housing for residents.

Meanwhile is worthwhile on regeneration projects

Meanwhile residential use is an important part of the community-building and placemaking work which happens throughout regeneration projects. So how can housing providers use meanwhile projects to maintain community through change?

23 October 2019 | Guardian stories, Our social impact

Booth Haus Artist Collective

At the beginning of summer this year, a trio of Dot Dot Dot property guardians from Booth House in Whitechapel (Julian, Pete and Mai) put their heads together with two ambitious ideas. Both these ideas took off immediately and Booth Haus was born.

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