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Hope Under Neoliberal AusterityResponses from Civil Society and Civic Universities$
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Mel Steer, Simin Davoudi, Mark Shucksmith, and Liz Todd

Print publication date: 2021

Print ISBN-13: 9781447356820

Published to Policy Press Scholarship Online: January 2022

DOI: 10.1332/policypress/9781447356820.001.0001

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Future Homes: developing new responses through new organisations

Future Homes: developing new responses through new organisations

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(p.187) 14 Future Homes: developing new responses through new organisations
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Hope Under Neoliberal Austerity
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Rose Gilroy

Dominic Aitken

Philip Miller

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Policy Press
DOI:10.1332/policypress/9781447356820.003.0014

This chapter charts the emergence of the Future Homes Alliance, a community interest company of which Newcastle University is a partner, formed to develop new models of housing. Against a background of diminishing power at the sub-national government level, the privatisation of public services and public finance cutbacks there is a growing discourse around what has been termed the 2.0 business landscape characterised by participation, co-creation and collectivism. In this new place-based leadership model, universities have emerged as key institutions who can identify evidence gaps, undertake research, facilitate knowledge transfer partnerships and create places of trust for exchanging ideas. It is in this context that the first author brought together a group of named individuals spanning the quadruple helix (academia, business/industry, the local municipality and the voluntary/community sector) to create new housing that responds to demographic change and sustainability. Planning permission has been granted in 2020 for the construction of 66 dwellings.

Keywords:   co-creation, demographic change, participation, quadruple helix, sustainability

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