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We must collaborate to promote innovative modular housing for vulnerable people

By Megan Fereday / February 13, 2020

George Fisher shares the findings of his report for Commonweal into modular design, and its role in the future of housing for vulnerable groups.

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Greater collaboration and creativity needed to release the potential of modular housing

By Megan Fereday / February 13, 2020

13/02/2020 – A new report published today by Commonweal Housing calls for collaboration and creativity to overcome some of the barriers facing modular construction.

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“I gave my spare room to an 18-year-old I didn’t know”

By Megan Fereday / January 31, 2020

31/01/2020 – Kirsty Lowe (women’s advocate and host, and co-founder of MammaKind) shares her experience of the highs and lows of being a host

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Commonweal selected for Spring Impact’s Scale Accelerator

By Megan Fereday / January 9, 2020

09/01/2020 – Commonweal Housing have been selected to take part in this year’s Scale Accelerator, joining a cohort of five UK change-maker charities and social enterprises, with an ambition to scale their impact.

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Foundations for community-Led Housing

Report finds ‘enormous’ benefits of community-led housing projects in London

By Megan Fereday / December 4, 2019

04/12/2019 – A new study has uncovered far-reaching benefits of community-led housing projects which could play a role in tackling London’s housing crisis.

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Thousands of vulnerable people living in ‘unregulated’ housing, report finds

By Megan Fereday / November 6, 2019

06/11/2019 – An estimated 11,000 vulnerable people in Birmingham alone are living in potentially unsafe and unsuitable housing, according to new research

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