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The growing number of homeless and unemployed in the UK more than tripled in recent years to make concerns the various local community organizations. As a precaution they began to be creative by converting the former shipping containers into housing for the homeless. Home security systems Kata Mutiara Margahayuland
Some groups such as charitable associations detailing activities and Brighton Forest YMCA Homeless Trust tried to convert shipping containers into homes at affordable prices. Container house is expected to help reduce the growing number of homeless people in the UK. Moreover, by occupying these houses, can be a stepping stone for the unemployed to be able to re-enter the work force.
As reported by the BBC and quoted from Inhabitat, Saturday (04/27/2013), in Brighton today there are 36 homes have old containers that will be allocated to homeless men and women that can accommodate the needs of their boards. Located too close to the city.
These containers stacked three to five storey complex, connected with a balcony and can be reached by an external staircase. However, licensing for the establishment period is only five years because the building occupies the parking area, so it does not allow for long-term housing.
Meanwhile, the group Forest YMCA is waiting for permission to be able to create a home conversion of container worth 20 thousand pounds or the equivalent Rp300juta (Rp15ribu per pound) in Leytonstone and Walthamstow. Rent will be charged at 75 pounds, or the equivalent of R1, 1 million per week. These costs are considered quite low as only 15 percent of their minimum wage and 120 people have been on the waiting list of tenants of this house.
Modest houses are equipped with all the basic needs are pursued in accordance with the needs of the homeless. The future is expected to facilitate them to have a decent place to live and affordable.