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Town and Country Planning Association's Healthy Homes Act sets out to create a clear definition of what a healthy home should be and to bring in a law that would require all homes to meet this standard.
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The Good Home Inquiry

An evidence-based analysis of England’s housing policies to determine the causes of, and solutions to, the poor quality of so much of our housing.
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In partnership with The King's Fund, this report summarises the role and impact of poor-quality housing on health, particularly in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Facts and stats on how COVID-19 has exacerbated the link between housing and health, and how the lockdown has impacted those living in poor-quality homes.
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Improving England's housing stock will have massive benefits for people's safety and health, but also have a positive impact on the economy and the strain on the NHS.
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About 1 in 5 homes in England do not meet the national standard to be considered in decent condition. These are more likely to be lived in by people identified as most at risk from the virus, new report shows.
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The UK needs to design products with older people, carers and communities in mind rather than retrofitting to poorly understood needs.
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What does good accessible design look like? And how can we ensure that these products are widely available and effective for everyone?
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Our aim is for there to be fewer homes classed as non-decent and more new homes to meet accessibility standards.
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As part of this webinar we launched a review of the impact that our homes have on our health – especially in the wake of COVID-19.
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