Greenwich Housing Rights is only recruiting volunteers to help with the running of the Greenwich Migrant Hub.


Volunteers are invaluable to the work at the Hub and carry out a range of tasks, including providing a warm welcome to our visitors, cooking, or carrying out important advocacy work. All our volunteers get extensive training before the start and are also offered ongoing training and personal development opportunities during their placement with us.


If you are interested in becoming a volunteer, please contact




If you would like to support our work by making a donation, please click here to visit our MyDonate web page.




Greenwich Housing Rights is a membership organisation.  Members elect the Management Committee at the Annual General Meeting and have a say in the plans and development of our services.  Member organisations also receive additional support with making referrals or providing housing advice to their clients. 


To find out more about Membership rights, please read our constitution, Click Here.  And to apply for membership please download our membership application form and email the completed form to or by post to Greenwich Housing Rights, 36 Wellington Street, London SE18 6PE





We work with a wide variety of organisations and provide an excellent opportunity for outreach work. Our partner organisations are involved on a weekly or a rotational basis.


If you are interested in becoming a partner organisation at the Hub, please click here to find out more about our work at the Hub or contact




Housing Solicitors


Greenwich Housing Rights (GHR) is looking to expand its Legal Aid funded casework and
currently has two vacancies for qualified Housing Solicitors.


We currently hold LAA contracts in Housing for Greenwich and Bromley and we run the
Bromley Housing Possession Court Duty Scheme in Bromley County Court. GHR is also
funded by Greenwich Council to provide a range of drop-in, telephone and outreach advice services. We advise and assist over 3,000 clients per annum.


GHR is seeking practitioners with experience in the full range of housing work, to include
defending possession proceedings, homelessness and disrepair. Candidates for the Senior
Housing Solicitor position must also meet the LAA criteria for Housing Casework Supervisors.


  • Senior Housing Solicitor up to £40,000 depending on experience
  • Housing Solicitor up to £32,000 depending on experience


Plus 5% pension contribution (8% from April 2019)


For any enquiries or to apply for either role, please download the application pack, complete the forms and submit to


Closing date for applications: 10am Tuesday, 28 January 2019.
Interviews - week commencing 4th of February 2019.   


GHR is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all suitably qualified candidates.  If you would like to discuss any aspect of this position please contact The GHR Chair, Siraj Choudhury, by email at