Are you concerned about housing?
Perhaps you’re struggling to afford your first place, or are you older, thinking of downsizing and worried about moving away from friends and neighbours? Or perhaps you are interested in energy efficient housing, or appalled by some of the developments proposed for your area?
Here’s your opportunity to learn a little more about what’s possible. Hear the story of Goldsmith Street Norwich, a Council inspired development of social housing built to Passiv Haus standard. Gain an insight into the controversial plans to re-develop Anglia Square. Discover how co-housing can create caring communities where older people can feel safe and make new friends.
Finally, learn a little about the Quaker Housing Trust, a charity that for 50 years has been making possible projects that create new homes for vulnerable people. Quakers are motivated to create a fairer, sustainable, more equal society. Speakers include city Councillor Paul Neale, community activist Simon Floyd, Toni Berry & Christine Way on co-housing and Lucy Parker, until recently a Trustee at the Quaker Housing Trust.
If you’re concerned about housing, come along and listen, learn and be part of the growing conversation about the future of housing.Free to attend - 7pm Monday 30 September – Quaker Meeting House, Upper Goat Lane, Norwich