Now this is what I call a good idea. Hawse (Homes through Apprenticeships With Skills for Employment) have revealed their joint proposal with Levitt Bernstein architects to renovate and bring life to unused garages in London turning them into temporary living spaces for the homeless. The London borough of Hackney, who this proposal was specifically aimed at, have taken this on board and are looking into it. Each garage house will cost £13000 to set up with the aim to letting them out for £50 per month excluding utilities. I personally think this is a great idea and if all works out then it should be rolled out across the country. What do you guys think?
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