The co-living mini-boom and why not everyone is happy about it

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Co-living schemes are rising in popularity and yet local authority planning committees seem unready for this new type of housing

Never in history have so many people across the world been forced to spend so much time indoors. The covid-19 pandemic lockdown measures, with the restrictions on movement and closure of work and leisure facilities, have led to most of us being cooped up inside for long periods of the day.

While this has reportedly led to strains in relationships, for those that live in house shares it may have been enough to re-think the whole way they live, while those living alone are perhaps craving greater socialisation.


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