Every year, many containers are not used and left unused. Homeless people have no housing, they sleep wherever they go. This situation happens a lot. They do not have money to eat and do not have money to buy a house. So why not use these empty containers to build houses for them. Charity organization Help Bristol’s Homeless implemented this idea and the results exceeded expectations. New houses are very beautiful.

The org aims to transform the lives of the homeless by giving proper houses for those sleeping rough, something that it emphasizes is not an entitlement but a right.

The company website read: ‘Unlike many homeless charities, our ethos is that housing must come first, and then everything else comes after.

‘Many complex factors can lead to homelessness, and while it is true that these issues need to be resolved to keep people off the street, we believe that the priority must be to get people into safe, stable and comfortable accommodation.

‘From there, we can help them to improve their own lives and reach their potential.’

The new container homes have been fitted with a bathroom, living room, bedroom, and kitchen, and will be available as accommodation for a person who sleeps on the streets for a year.

Jasper Thompson who set up social enterprise Help Bristol’s HomelessSee SWNS copy SWBRhome: A group of social entrepreneurs are helping the homeless – by transforming shipping containers into homes for rough sleepers. The metal units are among dozens of old storage containers being turned into living spaces as part of a project by social enterprise Help Bristol’s Homeless. The containers-turned-homes will provide accommodation for a rough sleeper for an entire year.

The great act allows people who are sleeping rough to get an opportunity to find employment.

Property company Colliers International converted some containers, making it one of Bristol business involved in the project, alongside Balfour Beatty, Barratt Homes, and EDF Energy.

Restaurateur and army veteran Jasper Thompson, who founded Help Bristol’s Homeless, told Bristol Live: ‘Colliers has been fantastic. Without their help there would be two more people sleeping on the streets.

‘We are so grateful to all of the businesses involved in this project, which are helping to improve the lives of rough sleepers.’

Thompson founded the organization after he saw the increasing number of homeless people in Bristol. Those who are given a home are referred following an assessment. They are also given ongoing support.

Inside the shipping containers that were turned into homes for rough sleepers. See SWNS copy SWBRhome: A group of social entrepreneurs are helping the homeless – by transforming shipping containers into homes for rough sleepers. The metal units are among dozens of old storage containers being turned into living spaces as part of a project by social enterprise Help Bristol’s Homeless. The containers-turned-homes will provide accommodation for a rough sleeper for an entire year.

‘They are also given opportunities to develop skills by helping in the conversion of the containers into homes,’ Thompson said.

This idea is great, isn’t it? The homeless have a place to live. They can redo their lives. Are you impressed with these houses? Please share with your friends.