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Article in the Guardian describes community “renaissance” in the UK

Posted on October 30, 2009 by
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Communal Living: Love thy Neighborhood, an article in the Guardian this week, describes the many advantages of co-housing/communal living and shares resources with individuals seeking community in the UK. Reporter Miles Brignall profiles the recently formed Lancaster Co-housing project.

Share your car, share childcare costs, share energy bills, but still enjoy the privacy of your own home. Welcome to the new age of communal living.

Read the full article here.

One Reply to “Article in the Guardian describes community “renaissance” in the UK”

David de Ugarte

Almost in Spanish and Portuguese speaking world there are signs of a rebirth of communalism too. Main differences: Internet + transnationalism. There are very few materials translated to English. “Fil

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