Can co-housing provide one possible way of confronting society's loneliness challenge?
Young people are more often lonely than older people. For most, housing choices are limited. We need new approaches that help people live independently without being isolated.
Atif Shafique presents five key take-aways from the RSA's recent publication on co-living - a form of housing that builds community by combining private living space with communal facilities.
Tim Murphy FRSA asks why so many UK private homes are under-occupied and calls for research and action to better understand the causes of under-occupancy and what can be done to prevent rooms staying empty.
Theresa May’s £2billion for social housing won’t solve the problem of soaring hidden homelessness among young people.
The Grenfell Tower fire has exposed several injustices, and compels our society to guarantee safe housing for everyone.
How can large scale developments create more positive social and economic outcomes in London? Jonathan Schifferes introduces our new report.
The Panama Papers have highlighted the misuse of London properties as secret stores of wealth. Tony Greenham make a case that the only proper use of UK homes is for UK residents to live in.