Frances Wright, UKCN board member, Marmalade Lane resident and Head of Community Partnering at TOWN, recently conducted a survey of
Power to Change has launched the Community Business Renewal Initiative, in response to the COVID-19 crisis and the £3million Community Business
We are partnering again with National Community Land Trust Network in their extremely well-organised lobbying for the renewal of the
Celebrating the start of the Bridport Cohousing build
Press Release: “Housing sector needs diversity in order to build back better” – New Housing Diversification group calls for substantive
Marmalade Lane scooped up two RICS Social Impact Awards – ‘Residential’ in the East of England category and the Project of the Year Award 2020. Finals of the Social Impact Awards takes place in September. Finally the social impact of cohousing is being recognised by mainstream housing organisations. Congratulations to Marmalade Lane residents.
“Cohousing itself is an intentional awareness and saying, the world isn’t working the way it should… and we’ve got to start modelling a different way of being with each other”