Bury Homeless Partnership

What is Bury Homeless Partnership?

The Bury Homelessness Partnership is a forum which consists of organisations who deliver services to the homeless community. These include partners from statutory and the faith and voluntary sector. Homelessness is not a problem just for statutory services like the Council, rather its a problem for all services and the community. Therefore the Partnership is there to take ownership of homelessness and develop interventions, solutions and new ways of working.

Who is in the Partnership?

Adullam Homes.

David Sutherland - Chair of Bury Homeless Partnership.

Bury Council.

Calico Homes.

Caritas - Margaret Madden - Vice Chair of Bury Homeless Partnership.

Greater Manchester Fire Service.

Greater Manchester Combined Authority.

Greater Manchester Police.

Great Places Housing Group.

Homeless Friendly.


Six Town Housing.

When does the Partnership meet?

Meeting dates are:

  • 27 November 2020
  • 29 January 2021
  • 26 March 2021

If you would like further information on these meeting please contact David Sutherland or Margaret Madden.

Terms of reference for the meeting can be found at the bottom of this page.

Who has Bury Homeless Partnership helped?

There is great work that takes place in Bury and it is right that the success of the service users is celebrated.

Paul went from rough sleeping on the streets of Bury to being accommodated through A Bed Every Night (ABEN). Paul has now moved in to supported accommodation where he will learn the skills to manage his own tenancy.

Jessie has completed a successful journey through ABEN and the Bridges Service. He moved into his own tenancy in September.

More case studies of the great work can be downloaded at the bottom of this page.

Contact for Housing Assessment Team – Housing Advice & Homelessness