1. Documents for Startups
2. Powerpoint Presentations
3. Further Reading about LILAC:
4. Youtube videos
5. Further Reading on Co-housing
Bamford, G. (2005) ‘(Co-housing for older people: housing innovation in the Netherlands and Denmark, Australasian Journal Ageing, 24:1, 44-6.
Bunker, S., Coates, C., Field, M., and How J (eds) (2011) Cohousing in Britain today, London: Diggers and Dreamers Publications.
Christian D.L. (2003) Creating a life together: Practical tools to grow ecovillages and intentional communities, Gabriola Island: New Society Publishers.
Commission on Co-operative and Mutual Housing (2009) Bringing democracy home, London: CCMH.
Dawson, J. (2006) Ecovillages: New frontiers for sustainability, Schumacher Briefings, Totnes: Green Books.
Durrett, C. and McCamant, K. (2011) Creating cohousing: Building sustainable communities, Gabriola Island: New Society Publishers.
Field, M. (2004) Thinking about cohousing: the creation of intentional neighbourhoods, London: Diggers and Dreamers Publications.
Jarvis H. (2011) ‘Saving space, sharing time: Integrated infrastructures of daily life in cohousing’, Environment and Planning A, 43: 3, 560-77.
McCamant, K. and Durrett, C. (1994) Cohousing: a contemporary approach to housing ourselves, 2nd edition, Berkeley: Ten Speed Press
Sargisson, L. (2007). ‘Imperfect utopias: Green intentional communities’, Ecopolitics, 1: 1, 1-24.
Sargisson, L (2012) ‘Second wave cohousing: a modern utopia?’, Utopian Studies, 21: 1, 28-57.
Scotthanson, C. and Scotthanson, K. (2005) The cohousing handbook. Building a place for community, Gabriola Island: New Society Publishers.
Woodin, T., Crook D., and Carpentier, V. (2010) Community and mutual ownership: A historical review. York: Joseph Rowntree Foundation.
The UK cohousing network is a useful membership organisation for emerging groups: www.cohousing.org.uk