From a likely source: how to squeeze the last drops of profit from the design and construction of a social housing project. The result is housing, but only the least possible offering that fits the description.
From a much less likely source: analysis of the meaning of ‘home’ as opposed to housing, a difference that has been so starkly illuminated by the COVID-19 pandemic.
More, a plea for building homes, rather than houses, for people who need social housing — not just for people who are better off and can afford the features that help distinguish a home from a house.
The sources of these two explorations are in fact one and the same, written by the Founder of Conviva Group, Roy Ledgister.
And Conviva Group does what?
In their own words, ‘Our services help clients turn fixed assets into dynamic assets, ready to make a significant contribution to overall corporate performance, regardless of the economy or business cycle.’
Have you now got a clue about what they actually do? This writer doesn’t. But no matter. This writer is happy to take advice about social housing development that calls for spending as much as necessary to create a social home.
Read more in Global Banking And Finance Review: Creating social homes