Lifetime Homes design guide

Habinteg/Joseph Rowntree Foundation

Publication date: 2012

Ranking: useful

The concept of Lifetime Homes was developed in the early 1990s by a group of housing experts, including Habinteg Housing Association and the Joseph Rowntree Foundation. The group was formed because of concerns about how inaccessible and inconvenient many homes were for large sections of the population. Lifetime Homes was developed to ensure that homes are accessible and inclsuive.

Lifetime Homes are ordinary homes designed to incorporate 16 Design Criteria that can be universally applied to new homes at minimal cost. Each design feature adds to the comfort and convenience of the home and supports the changing needs of individuals and families at different stages of life.

How to view a copy

Follow this link to the Lifetime Homes website

How to obtain a copy in an alternative format or language

Write to:
Holyer House
20-21 Red Lion Court
London EC4A 3EB

Telephone: 020 7822 8700

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