ctd architects are proud have provided architectural services for a new scheme ‘House Project’ set up by Stoke on Trent City Council. Using £588,000 of central government funding 10 teenagers leaving foster care will be supported into living independently in renovated properties in the city.
TEN teenagers in care will move into a ‘groundbreaking’ housing scheme – which could save taxpayers thousands of pounds.ctd architects worked with the teenagers at workshops to discuss and design renovations to the existing properties to suit there needs and colour choices.
The House Project is the first housing co-operative in the country designed specifically for care leavers.
Stoke-on-Trent City Council received £588,000 of Government funding to set up the project last year, and the authority will now provide 10 properties for its use.
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