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29 Sep 21 |

The New European Bauhaus is all about translating new needs into tangible outcomes in our cities

A snapshot of the debate in Italy

The New European Bauhaus is all about translating new needs into tangible outcomes in our cities

In the framework of the New European Bauhaus Initiative, the Italian National Committee for Social Housing organised three encounters to foster a debate on the future of housing and its present-day challenges across the Italian territories, calling for more united and adaptive approaches. Eva Sporer from our Italian member, Legacoop Abitanti brings together the key messages from these series of events.

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28 Sep 21 |

Bauhaus coming full-circle: sustainable buildings in a resource-efficient economy

An article by our EU-funded project, Houseful

Bauhaus coming full-circle: sustainable buildings in a resource-efficient economy

The HOUSEFUL project that targets the uptake of circular buildings in the housing sector has looked closely at the New European Bauhaus initiative, especially at the new opportunities and perhaps challenges that it presents. The article also features the view of Housing Europe's Secretary-General Sorcha Edwards, have a read.

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28 Sep 21 |

Housing for All Plan to tackle affordability, address supply and reform housing delivery

Ireland lays out a new strategy for housing

Housing for All Plan to tackle affordability, address supply and reform housing delivery

In early September, the Irish government launched its 'Housing for All' plan with the aim to address the growing levels of housing unaffordability that Housing Europe's Observatory has been emphasising on in multiple editions of the 'State of Housing' report. Our member Karen Murphy, Director of Policy, Irish Council for Social Housing (ICSH) explains what is expected to happen in Ireland in the next 10 years and what is the role of the social housing sector.

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