Cohousing in the News

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Inverse


How This Non-Tech Solution Could Lead the Way to Smarter Cities
Inverse
One example is collaborative housing or cohousing. As municipalities consider the development of smart cities, they have to consider how citizens contribute to the relative “intelligence” of a city. Cohousing is just one such model, as it both a form ...


Phys.Org


Cohousing is an inclusive approach to smart, sustainable cities
Phys.Org
One example is collaborative housing or cohousing. As municipalities consider the development of smart cities, they have to consider how citizens contribute to the relative "intelligence" of a city. Cohousing is just one such model as it both a form ...

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Bridport and Lyme Regis News


Bridport Cohousing's revised Mead Lane scheme has been approved
Bridport and Lyme Regis News
At the planning meeting on Thursday, Bridport Cohousing's professional advisor Charles Couzens said: "If this application is approved the residents of the parish will benefit from a local lettings policy which prioritises local people in housing need ...



Cohousing is an inclusive approach to smart, sustainable cities
The Conversation CA
One example is collaborative housing or cohousing. As municipalities consider the development of smart cities, they have to consider how citizens contribute to the relative “intelligence” of a city. Cohousing is just one such model as it both a form ...


Bridport and Lyme Regis News


Bridport Cohousing has revised its plans for the Mead Lane development
Bridport and Lyme Regis News
Bridport Cohousing has revised its plans for the Mead Lane development. By Trevor Bevins @Dorsetecho Local Democracy Reporter. Bridport Cohousing plans. Bridport Cohousing has revised its application for the second phase of its project off Mead Lane.


Vancouver Courier


City of Vancouver should make cohousing projects easier to be built says proponent
Vancouver Courier
If Vancouver's new city council is serious about supporting measures to help house the middle class, it will not only remove barriers that make approving cohousing difficult and more expensive, but it will also take a more proactive approach in ...

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