Roadwork mega-projects. Loss of street parking to bike lanes. Homelessness and drug addiction at their door. A tempest of devastation is hammering downtown London businesses. Time alone won’t end it. Norman De Bono reports.
The waiting list for affordable housing in London just got a little shorter.
Thanks to Indwell, a Hamilton-based affordable housing agency, 67 people struggling with mental health issues, homelessness or a disability will move into ready-made, one-bedroom downtown apartments Monday.
Two housing projects are already on the table with hopes for more in the future to come out Read the article at CBC.ca
Julie (right) and Terri Louch, our new London Program Manager, in front of Woodfield Gate. Woodfield Gate will open its doors to 67 people this summer. The new building, which Indwell is leasing for the time being from the builder, is located at 356 Dundas Street in downtown London, on a bus route and near
Indwell,an affordable housing agency, is getting ready to start renting units in one downtown London building as it prepares to break ground on another. Indwell will make apartments at its new building at 356 Dundas St., available by June, and hopes to have shovels in the ground by fall at 744 Dundas, site of the