From helping people exchange volunteer time for a roof over their head, to improving tenant-landlord relationships – we pick five projects that aim to revolutionise renting
Matching up London’s struggling artists with the empty properties of holidaying homeowners, social enterprise Launch Pad is seeking its first applicants. It’s ‘house-sitting for creative folk,’ [...]
Could shipping containers help to combat homelessness? Social enterprise Help Bristol’s Homeless thinks so
From asking the elderly to downsize to banning second homes, five potential solutions to the UK’s lack of affordable housing
A crowdfunded housing scheme in Brighton is one of several community efforts to support Britain’s newest arrivals
Affordable housing designed by and for local people bucks the trend
Social enterprise Room for Tea connects young people undertaking internships and in need of short-term, affordable accommodation with hosts who have a spare room in their homes
As the term ‘housing crisis’ becomes ingrained in the British lexicon and millions of people face uncertain futures, seven organisations suggest their solutions
The project aims to rebuild derelict communities and give hope to those struggling to get on the property ladder
The number of first-time buyers in the UK is the highest since the 2007 housing market crash
London's housing estate residents are becoming community food growers through the Edible Estates competition, launched by Mayor Boris Johnson.
Plans to create a co-housing community of around 30 homes in Bridport, Dorset, are developing positively.
The Green Cities Foundation has just launched a brand new website,offering an agenda to create beautiful cities that are harmless to thePlanet and a pleasure to live and work in.
Positive Arts is a community arts company that works with young peoplebetween the ages of 8-18 from all backgrounds and abilities.
The Building and Social Housing Foundation is currently seeking entries for the World Habitat Award competition for 2008.
Groundwork West London is delighted to announce that it has received £123,932 of funding from the BIG Lottery Fund's Playful Ideas programmefor its innovative No Particular Place to Go Project.
The Co-Housing Handbook deals with the realities of working with professional architects and the like - those projects we know that have succeeded have an interesting combination of hard [...]
Most cities are already rich. There's enough money and talent to enable everyone to work creatively for a few hours a day and then to relax with family and friends, enjoying top quality healthy [...]