Co-living: the friendly future of UK housing?

Pete Ladhams CROP

The momentum behind co-living seems to be building and it could provide a way to help end the housing crisis

Throughout the UK, councils and local authorities are looking to innovative models to help solve the housing crisis. One of the key drivers to this diversification is the need for new homes that the for-sale or private buy-to-let markets cannot provide by themselves. London alone needs 65,000 new homes a year to house its growing population, and half of all UK local authorities are likely to fail their housing delivery tests for 2020.

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