The work of The Richmond Charities, housing and supporting elderly people in housing need in our borough, goes back over 400 years. The first of Richmond's almshouses were Queen Elizabeth's Almshouses, founded in 1600. From then on, over the centuries, wealthy benefactors continued to endow land and property for the building of almshouses and The Richmond Charities now owns and runs 140 almshouses spread over 10 estates in Richmond and Twickenham.
The Richmond Charities owns 150 investment properties in Richmond. The management of these properties is run on the charity’s behalf by HML LAM and lettings are advertised by Chancellors. If you would like more information on renting one of The Richmond Charities’ investment properties,
please contact HML LAM on 020 8948 3211.