New build HMO's and community development in regeneration city zones
Best practice wants affordable homes, sustainable integrated communities and I feel strongly that we must also foster and encourage facilities for economic regeneration to sustain areas where homes are built on the many former industrial sites that used to offer jobs too.
Much of this housing need is provided by Housing Associations at present, I am looking for ways to include opportunities for individual, private landlords and also want to incorporate some community-based economic activity/ infrastructure.
Many HMO's today are in old converted Victorian or older properties. Has anyone built new property especially for the single, affordable part of the market, or student populations? What was successful, or not successful?
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