‘It is like living in a container, but it’s not’ – Inland Homes’ hugg

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How Inland Homes – via a division named hugg – became an accidental pioneer in temporary housing

Inland Homes never set out to work at the sharp end of the housing crisis. It delivers properties mostly of the aspirational, market-sale variety in its south of England territory. However, in looking to make better use of the land it owns, the housebuilder has found itself blazing a trail in temporary housing – all because of the slow progress of the UK planning system. 

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