We’ve just run an Open Space event with the London Fairness Commission to test whether older Londoners think London is a fair city and what should be done to make it fair, or fairer. The Commission is an initiative supported by several major London funders to find out what Londoners think about this and present the findings to 2016 Mayoral candidates. You can find out more on the London Fairness Commission website.
With the General Election due next year the Older People’s Housing Champion’s Network has produced its manifesto on housing in an ageing society which you can find here. This calls for Future proofing housing for an ageing society Engaging older people far more in the planning and design of new homes & neighbourhoods Promoting a greater choice of specialist and general housing for older people Truly integrating housing into the planning of health and care services Providing rapid access to affordable repairs and adaptations with practical help such as handyperson’s services and Home Improvement Agencies and Providing more independent, impartial […]