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SHMA Talks - Future proofing Later Living

Louise Drew, Partner and Head of Building Communities at Shakespeare Martineau and Jeremy Porteus, Director at Housing LIN will be in conversation with Eugene Marchese, Director at Guild Living.

Eugene spent over 25 years building up an architectural practice specialising in later living in Australasia, and is passionate about changing the later living sector in the UK. Guild Living’s work is based on academic research, developing a deep understanding of the loves, fears, wants and needs of older people, and then deliver innovative alternatives to what’s currently available in market.

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Eugene Marchese
Guild Living
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Louise Drew
Partner & Head of Building Communities

We will share what has inspired us to change the Later Living market. We will also hear from Jeremy and Eugene’s joint experiences and talk about what else the UK needs to do to future proofing later living – why is it important in the wider context of the housing crisis?

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