Charity fills up empty homes to tackle housing crisis.
Action Homeless have brought 72 units across 23 properties back into use in Leicester with government-backed scheme.
A charity has brought more than 70 empty homes back in to use in their bid to end homelessness in Leicester.
Action Homeless have transformed lives by renovating 72 units across 23 properties, well on their way to their target of refurbishing 100 accommodation spaces across the city by the end of 2018.
After identifying a lack of affordable housing in the city, the charity teamed up with partners to track down the owners of empty properties and worked with them to renovate the units to a high standard.