Housing Is A Basic Need And A Human Right


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As I started to need housing with wheelchair access, my parents stepped up to the plate. Lucky for me, as a three year old would’ve struggled to organise such a thing. We left our typical family house and moved to a bungalow. It had ramps and I was free to roam wherever I chose to.

When I left home to go to university, I spent the whole fours years in Coventry in halls. To find an accessible, adapted and affordable property was deemed too difficult. So halls it was.

Once I’d graduated and found a job, I spent a year back home. That is until I landed a job to take me to London. A lifelong dream. My house search started with smiles and a metaphorical skip in my step. Until…

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