Brief job description:
“A role to lead on the creation of a national service enabling modular homes to tackle homelessness”.

Allia Impact Ltd has successfully delivered two 6-unit schemes of relocatable modular homes in Cambridge and Wisbech, designed to make use of temporary and/or marginal sites to provide cost-effective housing for people to move out of rough sleeping. Based on the level of interest in this approach, and examples of similar schemes around the country, Allia believes that many more locations in the UK would be capable of developing their own schemes, given the right guidance and support.

The focus of the role being appointed is on the two early stages where the priority is support and encouragement to local groups to make progress; it is not a role project managing individual developments to completion.

Purpose: To set up a national support service that takes the learning from early modular housing schemes tackling homelessness and uses it to enable any community in the country to develop their own successful schemes. Aiming to stimulate delivery of at least 200 new homes over 3 years.

Role Responsibilities

Promote, deliver, and develop a support service enabling sympathetic landowners in local communities to achieve a successful modular housing scheme to tackle local homelessness.

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