There is growing interest in intergenerational housing. There are a number of factors influencing this.
These factors include: the number of over 25s who still live with their parents, the number of families with grandparents living with them, other home sharing (opens new window) arrangements and coliving arrangements.
On this page, we have compiled a selection of resources that you may find useful on intergenerational and multi-generational living. We are also a founding member of the Intergenerational Housing Network (opens new window) hosted by United for All Ages.
And for more about how we can help you strategically or operationally develop a better range of housing choices and transform services for people in an intergenerational housing setting, email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org