We need to put real people at the heart of improving our homes
The Good Home Inquiry was established to look at the poor quality of our homes, to consider the consequences, and to explore what needs to be done to put things right. It was crucial that real people were at the centre.
David Orr, Chair of the Good Home Inquiry, reflects on the final project of the Inquiry which involved a series of workshops that brought together people experiencing problems with their homes. They discussed the issues they had experienced and potential solutions.