New trends in older people’s housing

Posted on December 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

By DAVID HUGHES, senior partner, Pozzoni Architects

With an aging population in the UK, the ability to provide adequate older people’s housing is becoming increasingly more relevant. Quality accommodation is however, not only required to ensure that our more vulnerable citizens are provided for; with people not only living longer, but staying active until much later in life, we also need to make sure that most older people without any specific care needs have a reasonable selection of decent housing to choose from.

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