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A team of organisations have collaborated to tackle homelessness in Cambridgeshire, providing much-needed accommodation and employment.
Orbit has allocated 26 of its properties, which come from its Independent Living, Supported Living and Extra Care housing stock, to Ukrainian refugees.
Modular Homes will help tackle homelessness in Hertfordshire by installing eight purpose-built, modular homes in Hemel Hempstead, following permission granted from Dacorum Borough Council.
Centrepoint receives £3M donation from Julia and Hans Rausing to build homes for young homeless people in London and Manchester.
Offsite contractor, M-AR, is working in partnership with the UK’s leading youth homelessness charity, Centrepoint, to create new, bespoke single occupancy homes for young people experiencing homelessness in the London Borough of Southwark.
A balanced community offers a variety of housing types, creating a ladder that meets the needs of different people at different stages in their lives. JDA Architects, tells us how building a balanced community can help prevent homelessness.
An adult learning centre will be converted into 10 homes for rough sleepers and six more self-contained SoloHaus MMC homes will be installed on-site.
Rg + p have submitted plans to regenerate the Paradise Depot brownfield site in Hemel Hempstead, for homeless charity DENS.
The Future Homes Standard will bring about fundamental changes as the UK looks to "futureproof" its housing stock. Trevor Richards, operations director of Volumetric, a specialist in volumetric modular housing solutions, outlines the challenges involved and makes a case for expedient action.
As rough sleeping continues to rise year on year, a solution has never been more urgent. The homelessness crisis is a tough problem to crack, but modular pod accommodation may just be the answer we’ve been searching for, PBC Today explains.
Construction materials manufacturer, TN International has joined construction charity CRASH, as a corporate patron to support work helping homeless charities and hospices across the UK.
WILL+Partners Architects has been appointed by charity and housing provider One YMCA, to deliver a new Peartree Hostel in Hertfordshire.
Cornwall Council has purchased 29 self-contained modular one-bedroom homes from The Hill Group to help tackle homelessness.
The government have announced a £316m funding boost to the Homelessness Prevention Grant, which will support households in England who are homeless, or at risk of losing their home.
Caerphilly County Borough Council has launched a new team to tackle the issue of vacant properties, as part of a wider clampdown which targets town centres.
As the first council in London to provide modular homes to help tackle homelessness, Haringey is helping those in need of a safe and secure roof over their heads.
During the peak of the pandemic, more than 3.9 billion people were told to stay at home by their governments, according to research by the UN’s Human Rights Office of the High Commissioner. But, what if you don’t have a home to stay in? Modular construction could be the answer, explains Birgit Linnamae, CEO of Kodasema.
Developer Hill Group, The Salvation Army and Citizens UK have combined forces to help single people experiencing homelessness get their lives back on track.
Premier Modular has completed the installation of 58 apartments for a new £9m emergency housing scheme for Buckinghamshire Council in High Wycombe.
20 new modular homes have been craned into place in Barking and Dagenham to house local homeless people.
The initial modular homes have been assembled on a test site in Tower Hamlets to deliver accommodation for homeless Londoners.
With the evictions ban now lifted, Birmingham City Council has launched a scheme that is set to help hundreds of people find affordable housing.
Premier Modular has been awarded the contract to provide modular housing for homeless families in Barking who are in urgent need of accommodation.
Actis Hybrid has enabled the Victorian vicarage which has been converted into flats for homeless people in Kent to achieve band B EPC rating.
Modular construction specialist, Elite Systems has launched a new modular building product to help local authorities tackle homelessness across the UK.
UK lockdown made clear the importance of shelter for all, with government and local authorities mounting a significant effort to help almost 15,000 vulnerable people off the streets and into temporary accommodation. Richard Hyams, founder and director of astudio, explores the benefits of modular construction in a post-pandemic world.