Wednesday, July 22, 2009

Instant home add-on

A marvellous story in the Lancashire Telegraph by Ben Briggs tells the story of how a prefab shedlike atmosphere is helping Najma Panwaskar who has multiple sclerosis. Her husband Muhammad Panwaskar told the paper:
“For the past three years she has been stuck upstairs and could not get down. This will make a massive difference to the standard of her life and will change our lives completely.”
These modules include a bedroom and bathroom, removing th eneed for stairs, and arrive all kitted out. Thumbs up to Blackburn with Darwen Council for providing it. At the end of the article, Briggs reports that these pods cost around £65,000 and £15,000 to move which makes interesting comparison with garden office prices.
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1 comment:

  1. I remember in the seventies a row of terraced houses that backed on to our school all having prefab bathrooms craned over them into the back gardens where they were attached to the back of the house.

    I'll get me coat!

    Andy Bantock