This site is dedicated to people empowering older people's housing decisions. We all want a positive experience of ageing, to be valued and to live in the places we can feel connected to. The Good Homes research focuses on helping older people to have safe, healthy and affordable homes which protect them in good and bad times, so they can stay in their own homes and communities for longer.
Our research found that older people often put off repairs because they feel it’s too hard and would cost too much. We’ve transformed our findings into practical action. These Tools are now available to be downloaded free of charge.
Resilient Communities Doing Better in Bad Times: this research aims to help older people and their communities to look at the way people can prepare their homes to be more resilient during adverse events and recover better after them.
Both the research programmes on these pages have been funded primarily through Public Good Science Funding.