THE SIXTH SEMINAR AND FINAL SEMINAR IN THE SERIES TOOK PLACE on 21 June 2016, at The London School of Economics
This final event in the series reflected on the factors that enable or limit the mainstreaming of cohousing in urban development settings. In particular, it sought to critically address questions regarding knowledge transfer between projects and the ‘professionalisation’ of the collaborative process between communities and expert partners.
During the day, we screened a short film of observations both on key themes and from people taking part in our programme of seminars and site visits.
For those who were unable to attend, there is an edited version of the live streaming available to view here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M-hZnS2-vPg
The seminar was followed by a parliamentary launch, hosted by Richard Bacon MP, the morning of Wednesday 22nd June.
Seminar Documents & Links
John Killock Presentation: A US and European Comparison
Cohousing: Shared Futures [FINAL REPORT]
If you have questions about the London-based events, please contact Melissa Fernandez or Kath Scanlon at: M.Fernandez1@lse.ac.uk & firstname.lastname@example.org