This Housing LIN Viewpoint (no 104) by Jim Hudson at the LSE and colleagues at the Universities of Lancaster, Northumbria and Bristol, looks at the impact of Covid-19 and captures the responses and experiences of how Community-led housing (CLH) projects in England and Wales have coped during the pandemic. It highlights how the benefits of CLHs have fostered community and neighbourly support but also how this has been challenged by the restrictions necessitated by the pandemic.

What collaborative housing offers in a pandemic:: Evidence from 18 communities in England and Wales / Hudson, Jim; Fernandez Arrigoitia, Melissa; Ferreri, Mara; Izuhara, Misa; Scanlon, Kath; West, Karen. - (2021), pp. 1-4.

What collaborative housing offers in a pandemic:: Evidence from 18 communities in England and Wales

Ferreri, Mara;
2021

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This Housing LIN Viewpoint (no 104) by Jim Hudson at the LSE and colleagues at the Universities of Lancaster, Northumbria and Bristol, looks at the impact of Covid-19 and captures the responses and experiences of how Community-led housing (CLH) projects in England and Wales have coped during the pandemic. It highlights how the benefits of CLHs have fostered community and neighbourly support but also how this has been challenged by the restrictions necessitated by the pandemic.
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