Cohousing research

For the more scholarly among you, UK Cohousing has compiled a bibliography of cohousing research, papers and reports. It’s mostly based on British research with a smattering of other European and North American. If you know of other research not represented here, they’d love to hear from you.


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  1. Thank you, for this, Doug. I am retired now, but have an extensive background both in living and working in the co-op housing sector in Toronto. I was recently in contact with Rarebirds Housing in Kamloops regarding an upcoming vacancy and was very impressed with their organization and response. Decided not to proceed with their application only because moving at this time out of the province presented a challenge.

    Following with interest your posts.



    Susan Pape


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