Homeless man praises living in Brighton converted shipping container scheme

See part of an article by Killian Fox published in The Guardian:

Last November, Adam Day, 34, a former plasterer who had been homeless for 10 years, moved into a converted shipping container in Brighton where he can stay for up to two years. His new home, measuring 26 sq m, is one of 36 containers installed by Brighton Housing Trust in a central location as part of a new initiative to combat homelessness in the city.

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