Dutch social housing providers see a watershed moment for redefining the housing system
Meet-up with our member from the Netherlands, AEDES
"As in the 90s', we have come to a crossroads when countries and governments are questioning their housing direction and what policies to choose," the Chairman of our Dutch member, AEDES said when he and Robin Van Leijen, in charge of EU affairs, came to meet us at Housing Europe's office.
Cooperative housing - a supporting pillar in times of crisis
How to dampen the impact of the cost of living crisis in these troubling times
In times of constantly rising inflation and rent increases, the desire for stability is growing. Increasingly, many people find such stability, together with safety, and community within housing forms that are different from the usual, individualized housing. The latest study of a student project at the Vienna University of Business and Economics shows that cooperative housing is very successful in spreading the effects of the crisis among residents and thus cushioning the impact. Lena, Victoria and Jakub tell you more about their findings.