Home Grown Homes
There are over 6,000 people homeless in this country and many of them are on housing waiting lists for years.
The challenge for many county councils is that there is a shortage of houses available for them to use for housing list clients.
Home Grown Homes is a a new house building scheme hopes to change the way we think of house build.
Architect Dominic Stevens who is involved in this project joined us this morning.
Homegrown Home Co-Operative is interested in hearing from anyone who would like to build their own home under expert tuition. You must:
1) Be on the Dun Laoghaire Rathdown Council housing list.
2) Have the staying power to stick with a construction project that will take a year to complete.
3) Be available to work on a construction site from 8am – 4pm Mon- Fri , or have a family member(s) who can stand in for you when necessary
No experience necessary, social welfare payments not affected. Applications welcome from families with a member with a disability, or those from ethnic minorities .This is a not for profit project .
Dominic Stevens is looking for five committed families who will work together to attain the goal of building five homes that they will own .For an information pack contact, firstname.lastname@example.org