Co-housing, which began in Denmark in the 1960s, is spreading as a lifestyle choice across Britain.
Sarah Morrison visits five of the country’s ‘alternative’ co-habitational projects to find out.
The Lancaster Cohousing development is testament to the passion, practicality and persistence of its members.
Putting the days of communes and hippies behind them, co-ops are becoming increasingly popular. Anita Pati finds out why cohousing is taking off.
Experimenting with shared amenities can save space and money and help to develop strong, supportive and vibrant communities, says Toby Lloyd.
Cohousing groups know that the biggest challenge most of them will face is securing a suitable parcel of land on