P+HS Architects Sponsors Housing LIN

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P+HS Architects Sponsors Housing LIN

P+HS Architects is delighted to announce the strengthening of its support for Housing LIN by becoming a sponsor.

The Housing Learning and Improvement Network (LIN) brings together housing, health and social care professionals to exemplify innovative housing solutions for an ageing population.

Recognised by government and the housing with care sector as a leading ‘knowledge hub’ on specialist housing, the network connects people, ideas, and resources in the field of housing with care and is hugely important in advancing understanding and improvements for older age living.

Meeting the housing needs of older people within our communities has been a priority at P+HS Architects for decades. Our experience and knowledge span the full range of later living: from apartments, bungalows and sheltered accommodation to extra care and retirement villages to care homes and specialist environments tailored to support conditions of older age, such as dementia. At the heart is good design and a deep understanding of what it means to live well in later years.

Commenting on P+HS Architects’ sponsorship, Associate Director Katie Shepherd said: “We are delighted to commit to sponsoring the Housing Learning and Improvement Network. Finding solutions to better meet the changing needs of our ageing population must be a priority and Housing LIN is leading the way with thought leadership, partnerships, and influence. We are keen to add our voice and experience to the network. Working alongside Jeremy and his colleagues to find innovative solutions when creating homes that can facilitate the needs of the resident as their journey through life develops.”

Jeremy Porteus, CEO of Housing LIN said: “We are absolutely thrilled that P+HS architects have come on board as a sponsor of the Housing LIN. They have a long track-record designing high quality accommodation for older people and people with a learning disability. We look forward to showcasing their award-winning designs.”