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Gemma Burgess presents at Housing LIN Summit 2020

Gemma joined a session calling for the improved accessibility of our homes and the way in which we plan and design in quality from the outset for all.

The Housing Learning and Improvement Network (LIN) is a sophisticated network bringing together housing, health and social care professionals in England, Wales, and Scotland to exemplify innovative housing solutions for an ageing population.

The session, on Friday 11 December, looked at how to mainstream accessible housing, and Gemma's contribution drew on CCHPR's research for Dunhill Medical Trust

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