All Services in Hull

Victoria Avenue Project

Victoria Avenue opened in September 2019, after lots of hard work and discussions about how there was a lack of accommodation in the area for people with learning disabilities.

Lots of people with a learning disability have lived at home with families for many years and haven’t had a chance to have their own property or their own tenancy due to a lack of support or suitable living accommodation.


Hull’s AST project (Assured Shorthold Tenancy) offers temporary supported housing to people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness.

Target leases properties from the private sector and housing associations ensuring all properties are furnished and meet HHSRS (national health and safety) standard.  The property is then offered to Hull City Council’s homeless team and allocated to a family for up to two years.

Eu Migrants Project

Hull EU project is funded by the Big Lottery for three years. It offers free outreach support to individuals and families living in Hull who originate from countries in the European Union.

Anyone can refer citizens from the EU to Target Housing for support ranging  from a one-off issue to ongoing support for a period of up to six months.

Families and individuals referred to us have usually come to the UK to looking for work and are in unsuitable housing or have issues with landlords. They may have problems accessing eligible benefits, opening bank accounts, understanding paperwork or registering with schools, doctors and dentists.