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Cohousing in Britain

Cohousing in Britain

Cohousing – which originated in Denmark and has taken off in the USA – is now increasing its foothold in Britain. This Review investigates the background, advantages and pitfalls of a way of living that many people aspire to: a private residence with communal facilities set within a community that cares. With current examples in the UK and candid writing from those involved, this book is both inspirational and informative for those who want to know more.
Edited by Sarah Bunker, Chris Coates, Martin Field and Jonathan How
paperback, 164 pages, numerous black and white photographs and plans
ISBN 9780954575731

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