A new two-evening interactive workshop on how to organise a community-led housing project
18 September 2017
Community-led housing is a way for local communities to address their housing needs by producing their own decent and affordable homes. It is increasingly seen as a viable alternative for those whose housing needs are not met by the mainstream housing market. But how can communities and individuals access community-led housing?
Over two evenings tutors and participants will discuss and work through exercises on key elements of community-led housing including:
The course takes place across two evenings: Tuesday 26 September and Tuesday 3rd October
Time: 6.30 – 9pm
Venue: New Economics Foundation, 10 Salamanca Place, London, SE1 7HB
Cost: £50 full price, £40 concessions
Kareem Dayes – RUSS Founder and Chair
Alice Martin – Housing Lead, New Economics Foundation
Rebecca Winson – Organiser, New Economics Foundation
Zohra Chiheb – Appropriate Housing Lead at Levitt Bernstein
John Struthers – Headway Self Build Group Collective
Emma Gittus – RUSS Former Project Manager and expert on local authorities, planning and procurement
Housing & land
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