The Home Long Income Fund (HLIF) is dedicated to fighting homelessness in the United Kingdom through addressing the severe shortage of suitable housing for the homeless.
HLIF seeks to deliver superior investment returns whilst fulfilling the key objective of providing housing for homeless people.
Each asset acquired will be let to a tenant who is (i) a specialist Housing Association who is a Registered Provider of social housing, or (ii) a local authority, or (iii) a charity which specialises in homelessness which is registered with the Charity Commission, or (iv) a body, recognised by the Financial Conduct Authority, or an equivalent regulator, in relation to its charitable status or purpose.
Whenever consistent with its fiduciary responsibilities, HLIF will encourage tenants of the assets held in the HLIF portfolio to reduce the carbon footprint of assets under their control by virtue of their leases, and will explore ways in which the fund can support its tenants to meet this objective.
HLIF will measure the environmental performance of assets acquired by the fund, both individually and across the portfolio, with environmental improvement plans put in place for individual assets.