Guest blog: Nick Sanderson, Chief Executive, Audley Retirement Villages – Downsizing and the housing black hole

It came as no surprise to me when I saw the findings of the recent ‘State of the Nation’s Housing: An ILC-UK Factpack’ report from the International Longevity Centre (ILC) earlier this month. It’s the latest report to highlight a major issue: baby boomers are stuck in housing that is unsuitable for their needs, a situation that is putting the whole property market at risk of grinding to a standstill. Continue reading

Guest Blog: Katia Attuyer, Mark Bevan and Karen Croucher, Centre for Housing Policy – The Future of Housing: Taking forward age friendly environments in a changing policy landscape

This blog is one in a series of blogs on the Future of Ageing, published in the lead up to the ILC-UK Future of Ageing conference on the 24th November. To register to attend this conference, click here.

There is a growing recognition of the value of a built environment that is as inclusive of as wide a range of needs across all ages as possible.

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