Pathway Homes

Case Studies



237 units restored and refurbished

Location: Preston

Better Together: Successful collaborations For positive outcomes Partners CCHM, Parasol Homes and Preston City Council Project 237 units restored and refurbished Overview Working in partnership with Creating Change Housing Management (CCHM) and Parasol Homes, we facilitated a successful, prosperous and professional relationship with Preston City Council, which continues to…

8-week construction programme

Location: Liverpool

Prior to purchase, the property was extensively run down, barren and dilapidated, and in need of a full refurbishment programme, underpinned by significant investment. Pathway Homes had identified a need to provide quality homes within the immediate area specifically for vulnerable adults at risk of homelessness who have been referred to by partner organisation, CCHM.

186 unit scheme for vulnerable adults

Location: North West

This Authority had identified a long term and historic need for additional housing stock to cope with the demand of it escalating homeless issues. It had been highlighted that at any given time the authority is in need of an additional 155 beds for its homeless population, a figure that continues to grow.

Case Studies



Helen Mulrooney

We recently sat down with Helen to discuss her past experiences of homelessness and the positive life she is now living as a result of stable housing and accommodation, and with the right support in place.

Jason Lewington

Jason pinpointed 2012 as the year that everything changed for him. Prior to this, he had enjoyed the everyday experiences and happiness of an ordinary life: a family, a home and a successful career and job that he had worked hard to achieve.

Dean Rowlands

When Dean Rowlands was introduced to Pathway Homes Group and Creating Change Housing Management, the support provider we partnered with for our Liverpool development, he had been homeless and living on the streets for seven years.


Bedir approached Pathway Homes partner organisation, CCHM, in December 2019, after being granted asylum. Unable to return to his home country of Turkey and speaking very little English, he struggled to access local services including housing and education.

Through collaboration we deliver consistent ethical outcomes. We recognise the needs of communities and strive to inspire positive change.

Jon ClarkePathway Homes Director