New models of co-living for older people have recently emerged in the UK, echoing a growing interest in alternative housing solutions.
The aim of this project was to understand the risks and benefits of these housing models and their potential for wider use to support older people. The first step was to undertake a literature review in order to consolidate existing knowledge of the current research on
cohousing. The second step, presented in this document, consisted of in-depth interviews with various stakeholders and experts in order to better understand co-living models for older people.