Would you like to be part of an exciting project to design housing for people of all ages that will stand the test of time?

Future Homes Project

Elders Council is proud to be a partner in Future Homes - a cross sector partnership of Newcastle University, Newcastle City Council, industry partners, voluntary and community organisations engaged in a co-design process to develop housing which is fit for the future. The aim of Future Homes is to develop attractive and affordable homes which respond to the challenges of demographic and climate change and urban sustainability. We have development finance through our partner, Karbon Homes, to develop new models of housing on Helix (subject to planning permission) which will combine modular building ideas, low energy systems, digital technology and flexible design to provide homes suitable for people at any stage in their lives.

In Autumn 2017 Elders Council hosted a series of workshops with older people to contribute to the co-design process. The workshops were interesting and challenging in equal measure. 

Future Homes has established a Community Interest Company to take forward the learning from the project. Elders Council is a partner in the Future Homes Alliance www.futurehomesalliance.com.



Tolent Presentation

On Friday 19th July 10.30am – 12.30pm at the Campus for Ageing and Vitality, Elders Council is delighted to welcome representatives from Tolent and Newcastle City Council talking about their Newcastle Annuity Project which is building 148 new homes for older people in the West End.  If you would like to come please contact: [email protected] or call 0191 208 2701.

It has taken us a while to arrange a convenient date with Tolent, so I do hope you will be able to support this event and promote it to others who may be interested in older people’s housing.

For more information please click on this link:

http://www.tolent.co.uk/single-post/2018/12/14/Newcastle-City-Council-chooses-building-firm-for-%C2%A320m-new-homes-contract