New Approaches to Social & Affordable Housing - Fellows' Story Collection

Author: Helen Aherne
New Approaches to Social & Affordable Housing - Fellows' Story Collection

Read more about some of our Fellows' achievements in this area.

Vic O'Brien was the Development Director of a housing association when he was awarded his Fellowship in 2013. He travelled to the USA to investigate the American tax credit system for low income housing. Read more...

Chris Harrowell travelled along the East and West Coasts of the USA and Canada in 1986, investigating timber frame architecture, construction techniques and energy conservation. Read more...

Tony Wright travelled to the USA to investigate the resettlement and support services available to ex-service personnel prior to and after a return to civilian life. Read more...

Graham Russell travelled to Australia to explore ways of better integrating housing, health and care services for people with complex needs. Read more...

Homelessness outreach worker John Cassap travelled to the USA in 2016 to explore new approaches to addressing homelessness. John’s recommendations following his travels have informed new programmes developed by his organisation. Read more..

Housing consultant Amy Varle travelled to the USA in 2016 to visit projects addressing homelessness. She has since presented her findings to 10 Downing Street at the request of the Prime Minister and is leading the creation of a flagship centre for homeless people in Manchester. Read more...

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