Woman sitting at a table in a container home kitchen-dining room
Exterior view of window with shutter of a green container home
Double bed in container building bedroom
Woman with coffee mug reading a magazine in container home kitchen/diner area
Two women watching television in container home lounge
Container home shower room and toilet
Table and chairs in container home kitchen/diner area
Front of container building with windows and door
Woman in kitchen area of container housing unit
Double bed in container building bedroom
Interior view of container housing unit kitchen area unfurnished
View of kitchen area from lounge area of a container home
Interior of container housing unit showing kitchen and lounge/dinning area
Bristol Launchpad container apartments exterior
Container apartments interior
Container apartments interior
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Benefits for charities, NGOs and churches

HELPING TO REBUILD SHATTERED LIVES

MAC container homes provide a realistic opportunity for charitable organisations to:

  • Revitalise communities with small housing developments to suit a wide range of demographics: elderly, single people, students and young families
  • Make charity funding go much further. Prices for a MAC container home start at £15,050 (includes VAT) for temporary accommodation up to £40,450 (includes VAT) for a permanent dwelling fully compliant with building regulations
  • Accommodate people rapidly. A MAC container home can be built, delivered and installed in just 12 weeks, ready to move into with minimal site preparation time and cost
  • Build and store a stock of homes that can be called off to deal with housing emergencies. All you pay is the cost of the homes themselves
  • Mount small housing projects to help just a few individuals or families
  • Relieve overcrowding in accommodation housing asylum seekers, parolees and recovering mental health patients
  • Reduce the dependence on expensive B&B accommodation
  • Restore a sense of dignity and pride by providing independent living for people with shattered lives
  • Bring derelict, hard-to-develop urban brownfield sites unsuitable for traditional construction projects back to life
  • Encourage local organisations to invest in charitable housing projects and provide additional units for amenities such as playgroups, community centres, gyms, health centres and corner shops
  • Link, stack and stagger multiple units to create entire villages or blocks of accommodation, incorporating communal indoor and outdoor space and other local amenities to encourage a sense of community and shared interests