Thank you for visiting the Property Redress Scheme website.
This website is best viewed in internet explorer 10 or later version or in a different browser such as Chrome or Firefox.
Please contact us on 0333 321 9418 for further details.
Even today in London, thousands of young people still remain homeless and at risk. Despite the current situation they find themselves in many are committed to overcoming their situation in order to live a productive and independent life. This is where the New Horizon Youth Centre fits in.
The New Horizon Youth Centre, is at the forefront of changing the outlook for homeless young people. Based in Kings Cross, and open 7 days a week, the team work tirelessly to support and help them achieve their full potential.
Every year, New Horizon helps 2,500 vulnerable young people. They provide vital facilities for those in need, from a simple hot meal and a shower to important skills and employment training that helps them get back on their feet. The centre also offers a counselling service, drug and alcohol support and even health and fitness classes which can act as a lifeline for many.
This October, the centre is celebrating 50 years, after it was founded by Lord Longford in 1967. As part of this momentous occasion the New Horizon Youth Centre will be holding a 5K Fun Run on the 14th of October at 11am in Highbury Fields to raise money to fund their continued fight against youth homelessness.
Without the fantastic work that New Horizon Youth Centre carry out many young people would be at significant risk and could still remain homeless!
So grab your running shoes and get moving, it’s time to raise some money!
You can sign up for the Anniversary Fun Run, and help change the lives of thousands of young people, here!
Our quarterly expulsions update offers some insight into what leads up to the PRS’s decision to exp...Read More »
New material information guidance for sales and letting agents was published on Thursday 30 Novembe...Read More »
Property Redress Scheme is approved by Government under the Alternative Dispute Resolution for Consumer Disputes (Competent Authorities and Information) Regulations 2015