Modular homes offer hope

10 October 2018

The city’s councils are working together to procure modular housing as high-quality temporary accommodation for homeless households. Cllr Darren Rodwell believes it is the first such collaboration in the UK

L ondon, like other UK cities, faces a growing homelessness crisis. There are more than 54,000 households living in temporary accommodation in the capital and the majority of these are families, each facing upheaval and uncertainty. The human, and economic costs of homelessness are massive.

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