We are a group of students from the University of Sussex and the
University of Brighton. Our vision is of a student led initiative for affordable housing, democratic living and long term sustainability.
We are in the process of acquiring property, if you would like to help out fill out our membership form to join.
What Is A Housing Co-Operative?
SEASALT Housing Co-op follows the 7 co-operative principles. We aim to build a community in our home whilst being a positive addition to the local community.
More about Housing Co-operatives
- Trip to Birmingham Student Housing Co-op - In 2014 a group of students in Birmingham successfully set up the first student housing co-op in the UK. To gain more of an insight into what living in a student housing co-op is really like, and to gather information into how its run, a … Continue readingTrip to Birmingham Student Housing Co-op
- Trip to LILAC Co-Housing, July 2018 - On another super sunny July morning a group of us from various projects in Brighton thanks to Brighton and Hove Community Land Trust travelled up to Bramley, near Leeds to check out the LILAC co-housing project. (Low Impact Living Affordable Community). Interestingly I went to a … Continue readingTrip to LILAC Co-Housing, July 2018
- People before profit! Brighton Co-ops - Brighton is known nationally as a hot spot of co-ops and their history goes back a long way right to the very start of the co-operative movement. In 1828 The Brighton Co-operative Benevolent Fund Association, based on the communal ideas of social pioneer Robert Owen, … Continue readingPeople before profit! Brighton Co-ops