Alice Martin, the Foundation's lead on Work and Housing, writes for the Guardian
27 October 2016
Alice Martin, the Foundation’s lead on Work and Housing, writes for the Guardian about the possibilities for community-led housing schemes.
“We are pursuing routes to enable communities, in partnership with local institutions and civic powers, to take back some control over housing locally. The aim is to empower more people to demand and create housing projects that really meet real local need.”
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