Transforming old industrial buildings is helping solve Britain's housing shortfall - Mail Online

"There is a conundrum in British housing. Everybody knows we need to build more homes but we cannot agree on where to build them.

Country lovers don't want a brick to be laid on the green belt, while plans for another infill estate in a town or city will stir up a chorus of complaints from the NIMBY neighbours.

Yet the answer may be staring us in the face — take the architectural relics from the days of heavy industry, such as factories, mills and warehouses, and transform them into cutting-edge houses and apartments."

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