Tenement talks about life in a Tenements home.
TenementLife talks about a life in the Tenements.
TenementLife is an online magazine about the lives of people living in Tenements across the UK.
Read moreTenement Life is an interactive, multi-platform publication that allows users to connect with and share stories of their own lives.
In 2017, it was awarded the Independent Publishers Choice Award.
Tenements is the new home of Tenement Talks, the award-winning podcast that explores the lives and experiences of people who have lived in a home in Tenement.
In 2018, it won the British Independent Publishers’ Choice Award for its coverage of the Tenement community.
In the UK, the housing crisis has impacted everyone.
But not everyone is lucky enough to have a home that is suitable for them.
For those with the right financial circumstances, a tenement can be a new home, a place of refuge or a place to find meaning and meaning in their life.
In the UK the median rent in 2017 was £837 per month, according to the Rent Board.
Tenements are a relatively new genre of accommodation, with many having been built over the past two decades.
Tenants have become increasingly interested in what it means to live in a new place, and to what extent they feel connected to their surroundings.
The BBC’s Tenement Life podcast was launched in 2014, but it’s now been around since 2015.
The show focuses on the lives that Tenement residents live in.
The first episode was broadcast in October 2016, and has been watched over 6.3 million times.
In 2018, the TenEMENT podcast hosted a live event, the 20th anniversary celebration of Tenements in the UK with an opportunity to meet other Tenementers, hear about their experiences and meet with the local council.
This month, the podcast also had a special guest: Tenement blogger, writer and architect, Lisa, who shared her experiences of living in a tenements.
Lisa lives in a one-bedroom flat in a central London block and she talks about how she has managed to stay connected with her neighbours in her new flat.
“I find that living in flats has been quite different than my old flat,” she says.
“It’s been a real home, so much so that I’ve actually built a website to record my life in tenements, in case anyone would like to look at it.”
Lisa says living in tenement homes has helped her find meaning in her life, and it has also allowed her to reconnect with her roots.
She said she was lucky to have her own place of origin, which is in a town that was previously part of London.
“My parents were British and my parents were Scottish and my mum’s family came from Edinburgh,” she said.
“I grew up with a Scottish heritage, so I was very proud of that.”
Living in a flat has allowed Lisa to connect to a wider community of people, she said, which has been a big help.
“It’s a bit like being a part of a family.
I feel connected with everyone, which I feel really lucky to be,” she continued.
“The more you live in Tenitions, the more you feel connected, which helps you connect with others and you feel part of the community.”
For Lisa, living in the home also allowed for her to grow up and make connections to her peers.
“As a kid, I didn’t really know a lot about people or places,” she explained.
“But now I’m older and I’ve got a bit more of a background, I know a bit about the people and places that are in Tenings.”
Tenements has been the subject of several films and documentaries in the past few years.
In June 2018, Tenements was voted the second most popular British film of the year by The Guardian.
In 2017, Tenement was voted “the most beautiful building in Britain”, and was featured in a Time Out feature, which said that it was “one of the best buildings in Britain”.
Tenements was also voted one of the top ten most interesting buildings in the world in the 2017 People magazine list.
The podcast continues to explore the lives in Tenents homes and explore the impact of the housing crunch on people’s lives.
Tenents Life will continue to follow the lives the residents of Tenents and will also offer a wide range of interviews, features and events.