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Report on nZEB workshop in Tallinn
In divided and cooperative property buildings, the role of the tenant or owner is crucial for the decision making process, especially with regard to the retrofitting of existing buildings.
World Habitat Award winner 2010
This report presents the outcomes of our peer exchange to Egypt to look at the work of World Habitat Award winner, Local Housing Movement.
Community-led housing is part of a growing sector of social enterprise. As a small player without financial weight or leverage, the sector is massively under-resourced. However, it is exciting because it is free from ties to centralised systems, with greater power to innovate. Despite financial and bureaucratic obstacles, driven by passionate and enterprising individuals, the community-led sector produces some inspiring results.
World Habitat Award winner 2010
This report presents the outcomes of our peer exchange to Sweden to look at the work of World Habitat Award winner, Eco-city Augustenborg.
A summary of the community-led housing sector in the UK alongside potential mechanisms for scaling up drawing on international case studies from the World Habitat Awards.
A response to the government consultation on the creation of a new garden city in Kent using a Development Corporation.
Most people agree that there is a housing problem in the UK...there aren’t enough suitable houses... Communities could help fill that gap.
A response to the CLG Committee on the subject of the Community Right to Build and the role this plays in supporting community-led housing in England.
Welcome to the July edition of the BSHF newsletter. This bulletin is circulated to our network of friends and professionals interested in innovative housing issues and we hope that you will enjoy reading about our recent activities.
The community-led housing sector is a diverse one, with a wide range of organisations offering support and advice to communities interested in taking a project forward. There is a wealth of online information for a range of audiences, whether they are new to the concept of community-led housing or already heavily involved in a project.
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