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Increasingly, the built environment is recognised to be at the core of social inequalities, with the housing crisis forming one of the most significant contemporary concerns. How can architects address social inequalities by developing new ways of working and new economic frameworks? How can they collaborate with developers, investors and local councils to show that good design can be accessible to all? This talk will bring together examples of current projects to understand how architects can demonstrate the social value of architecture as well as develop new models for socially responsible practice.