Village hall to be used to house homeless

By Dan Peters | 10 September 2021

A village hall will be converted into homes for the homeless in a scheme that is thought to be a first in the UK.

East Hampshire DC plans to construct 10 individual studio pods inside Pinewood village hall to help cope with a ‘critical shortage’ of temporary accommodation within the district for single homeless people.

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