As of Monday 4th of January 2021, the Government announced a new lockdown restrictions for England which has taken place immediately, urging people to ‘stay at home’. The public are being asked to follow the new rules which replaces the tier system.

You must not leave, or be outside of your home except where necessary. You may leave the home to:

  • Shop for basic necessities, for you or a vulnerable person
  • Go to work, or provide voluntary or charitable services, if you cannot reasonably do so from home
  • Exercise with your household (or support bubble) or one other person, this should be limited to once per day, and you should not travel outside your local area.
  • Meet your support bubble or childcare bubble where necessary, but only if you are legally permitted to form one
  • Seek medical assistance or avoid injury, illness or risk of harm (including domestic abuse)
  • Attend education or childcare – for those eligible

Further information about the lockdown restrictions now in place can be found by tapping the button below:

Pathways is a not-for-profit organisation working to help communities and individuals through the provision of housing and grant funding.

Pathways is extremely proud of its long history in providing affordable accommodation, predominantly for older people, and assistance to local people and communities that dates back to several centuries ago. We are very proud of our rich heritage but we are also a forward thinking organisation that is eager to adapt to the needs of our beneficiaries in changing times.

Over the last few years Pathways has expanded on a large scale, allowing us to help people in need from communities across Greater London and the surrounding areas to find safe, secure, affordable and well maintained sheltered accommodation in their older age.

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Covid-19 Emergency Grant

Pathways Housing has launched a Covid–19 Emergency Grant to help support local charities working with vulnerable communities impacted by Covid–19. If you are a registered charity, working in the Ealing and/or Brentford area and directly responding to the impacts of Covid-19, you are eligible to apply.

Covid-19 Advice for Residents

We know this is a difficult time and there will be financial worries for some people. Please contact your Housing Officer on 0208 579 7411 and they will assist you by providing you with the relevant information needed to help resolve queries you might have. If you suspect you may be suffering from Coronavirus, please use the NHS’s online Coronavirus Service or call 111 for further advice.

Tap on the button below to find advice sheets for all Pathways Housing Schemes.

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Extension to Pathways Main Grant application period

Extension to Pathways Main Grant application period

The closing date for Pathways' Main Grant application form has been extended to 13th September 2020. All required documentation can now be uploaded into the online application and the form can be saved mid-way and returned to at a later time to complete. The Main and...


Pathways have a long history in providing almshouse accommodation to the community dating back to our roots from the seventeenth century. We are proud of this heritage and strive to be forward thinking and adaptable in our approach to providing sheltered housing for older people in the areas where we work while staying true to our founding principles. Pathways manage more than 250 sheltered housing units across London and Kent, 6 general needs housing units in West Ealing, and a row of commercial units in Ealing.


Pathways are dedicated to being a valuable member of the local communities based where we work to provide housing and grant funding. Since 2004, in Ealing and Brentford Pathways have provided grant funding to small charities and community groups in the local area who work to help disadvantaged people or create stronger bonds between members of the community.


Pathways provide a large amount of allotment space for the local community at two sites in West Ealing. The two sites are based at Haslemere Avenue and Northfields Avenue. This allotment space contributes to our work to build a stronger community, encourages healthy living and provides the opportunity for people to practice horticulture and urban farming. In total we have approximately 260 plots that we let every year at a very low cost and exclusively to members of the local community, providing a valuable local resource and community asset that encourages community cohesion, and healthy, sustainable living.