Peer landlords: Helping others to feel at home

Emily Rogers
Tuesday, January 5, 2016

The Peer Landlord scheme sees young people supporting others to live independently. Emily Rogers visited the south London housing initiative to find out how it works.

Peer landlords help fellow tenants with practical issues and resolving conflicts through house meetings. Picture: Alex Deverill
Peer landlords help fellow tenants with practical issues and resolving conflicts through house meetings. Picture: Alex Deverill

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