Advice: Promoting intergenerational housing

Mixing generations within developments can overcome loneliness and aid management, but the needs of different groups must be addressed, finds Ben Kochan.

by Ben Kochan
Common open space is important on intergenerational housing schemes, like the Avenue, Saffron Walden (PIC Pollard Thomas Edwards)
Common open space is important on intergenerational housing schemes, like the Avenue, Saffron Walden (PIC Pollard Thomas Edwards)

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