Children’s voices in the housing debate

“I cry everyday, and I have dreams of me having a house, and sometimes, when I’m in the toilet of my school, I cry. I don’t like living in a flat. No one likes living in a flat. I lived in a hostel when I was little, and now I’m living in a flat. What’s my next step? Living in another flat? I just want a house, that’s all. It’s not really that much to ask.” 12 year old who lives in a one-bedroom flat with his family

I added the vitally important perspectives of children and young people to Webb Memorial Trust’s 2017 Housing Perspectives e-Book