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Town centres have been in decline for many years. Online retail and COVID-19 have probably changed shopping habits forever, and once life returns to some semblance of normality there will be even more gaps on the high street.Speaking at the second 'AAA ISO Ageing Societ...
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Join us this month as we enter the next phase in creating a new gold standard for multigenerational living.This January 28th, we unite a diverse group of experts and innovators, and the International Organisation for Standardization to share knowledge and ideas addressing th...
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A different mood seemed to be settling as I began drafting this article. It feels like a cautious breeze of change and optimism is heading our way, the tentative welcoming of an autumn reset on the horizon after months of uncertainty and turmoil.New starts, and big change, c...
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Kick Starting a Market for More Inventive and Inclusive Housing Schemes Long before COVID 19 reared its ugly head, social networks had created a pandemic of loneliness. When life eventually returns to some semblance of normality it is likely we will want our loved ones close...
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I asked Andrew Edkins, Director, Bartlett Real Estate Institute at UCL, what he thought about the idea of a new standard for multigenerational neighbourhoods and how should we be looking to shape the development work to ensure maximum impact?Andrew began by reflect...
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“As researchers we need to understand the life world of older people to ensure our smart neighbourhoods are truly responsive and supportive during the known trials and unexpected tribulations of later life”.These are the words of David Prendergast, Professor of Scie...
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Paul McGarry, Assistant Director, Greater Manchester Ageing Hub, makes a strong case for including local government in the discussions around and development of an ISO standard for multigenerational neighbourhoods. As Paul says, local governments are major policy a...
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Design for Life

June 16, 2020
Design-led innovation can lighten the load of ageing  The AAA invited some of the worlds' foremost design gurus to reimagine the relationship between our older selves and the built environment. Jeremy Myerson, Helen Hamlyn Professor of Design Royal College of Art, ...
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“This project constitutes an opportunity for stakeholders to break the tyranny of uniformity to design and build homes and multigenerational neighbourhoods where adaptation and addressing changing needs are core principles.”Paul Quinn, Director of Regeneration for Clario...
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In this session we ask how can policy radically accelerate the path of change Stephanie K. Firestone, Senior Strategic Policy Advisor, Health & Age-friendly Communities at AARP International, gave a somewhat chilling overview of where we are today and the issues that have be...
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