About the Future of Housing
Digitisation and innovation are driving the evolution of our world like never before, and the time has come to apply this ever-increasing capacity for meaningful change to housing. Which is why we’re excited to announce the forthcoming launch of our Future of Housing programme. Find out more here.
The Housing Innovation Map
Getting housing right is essential to building cities that are economically successful, great places to live, and resilient and adaptable to change. We’ve identified nine housing innovation concepts that we believe could help solve a lot of challenges facing the international housing industry. Explore them here.
Blog - Understanding Local Housing Markets
Guest blogger, Neal Hudson, Director of Residential Analysts Ltd, says technology and data can offer local authorities a better understanding of the complexities in their local housing markets, helping them make decisions that deliver better outcomes for housing.
Blog - Transforming Housing Construction
The UK Government has an aim to increase home building from the current levels of just over 200,000 to 300,000 per year. Learn how new digital manufacturing technologies can help meet the productivity challenge and deliver higher quality, energy-efficient buildings at the same time.
Blog - Welcoming innovation in housing: If not now, when?
We are living in an era where demand for housing is more diversified than ever. In response to this, innovation is burgeoning across a range of areas but, the traditional housing sector is slow to respond – so how can the sector embrace this disruption?
Blog – L&Q Group on laying the foundations for the future
With a rapidly accelerating future, both in terms of demand, and the evolution of innovation, what do L&Q see as the greatest challenges – and opportunities – ahead?
Blog – Deep Retrofit: Making homes fit for the future
There’s been much talk recently about a UK housing crisis, but it’s not just the volume of housing that we need to be concerned about. Existing UK housing is also old and inefficient. Dr Richard Miller, Associate Director of Future Cities Catapult and Founder of Miller-Klein Associates, explores possible solutions.