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Open day: What is it like to live in a housing co-operative?

Join us on Saturday 15 July for an open day of six housing co-operatives in Brighton & Hove, each with its own story. This is a chance to see some of the ways more genuinely affordable housing has been created … Continue reading

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How can we bring more community-led housing to Brighton and Hove?

Affordability, instability, damp, bad landlords, overcrowding – just some of the issues raised at Housing Crisis: Community Solutions 2017 on Saturday 24 June. People from across Brighton, Hove and beyond came together to discuss their housing wants and needs, learn … Continue reading

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The schedule for Housing Crisis: Community solutions 2017

Saturday 24 June, 10am – 5pm Brighton Steiner School, Roedean Road, Kemp Town/Whitehawk, BN2 5RA (map). FREE entry. Donations asked for to cover costs. No person turned away for lack of funds. Register here:       We have a housing … Continue reading

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Housing Crisis: Community solutions 2017

Join us on Saturday 24 June for a day dedicated to community-led housing and how people can make it happen. We have a housing crisis in Brighton & Hove. House prices are nearly five times what they were twenty years … Continue reading

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Next meeting: What can we do about housing?

Housing is a massive issue in Brighton & Hove. House prices rose from an average of £50,000 in 1995, to £295,000 in 2015 and it has the highest share of privately renting households (32.5%) of any town and city in … Continue reading

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