Mixed Tenure housing developments have evolved with the passage of time into sophisticated and complex development routes to provide affordable and market housing as well as other community or commercial tenures, all usually within differing ownerships. This has lead to complicated and involved financial and design interactions trying to meet differing demands from the completed building.
Community cohesion within Mixed Tenure developments is an essential objective to achieve. This is an area that a developer could overlook as this is viewed as a management consideration. With the correct design and estate management it aids community cohesion which should seek the long term objective of ensuring that different family unit’s from numerous cultural backgrounds, income groups can thrive and thus provide a safe sustainable community.
Oso and Associates can help to assess the interactions within Mixed Tenure development.