From the initial call in 2016 from one of the largest local authorities, Just Solutions responded to create a set of modern modular housing pods ‘ModPods’ to assist in alleviating the National housing shortage.
ModPods are a range of five unique architypes, off site factory built modular housing pods that are built to a high quality specification in a clean and precision driven factory environment.
ModPods offer a range of desirable dwellings, which satisfy the needs for temporary and permanent housing needs, with affordability in mind.
Simply delivered and lowered on to a pre-prepared site location and instantly connected to all services and ready to occupy the same day.
Whether the private or public sector ModPods offer comfortable affordable homes at two thirds of the cost of traditional built housing, robust steel frame structures fully insulated and fully compliant to meet current building regulations, fire regulations and SAP compliant.
With various additional extras such as sustainable energy technologies, Photo Voltaic self-adhesive roof systems, water harvesting, ‘Showersave’ technology and modern single and multiple room audio systems.
Modpods are built for comfort and security offering a temporary or permanent housing solution across a wide demographic.
The bringing together of two experts in the field of asset management and social housing contracting, both Andy Cornaby MD and Pete Farrelly CEO joined forces to design and deliver their vision. A shared vision to create houses that could be built completely in a factory environment and delivered and lowered from the back of a wagon.
They had to be different from typical modular housing, removing weeks of site construction and desirable living spaces that would offer social landlords and private developers an innovative stylish and spacious living alternative that is fit for purpose and fit for the 21st century.
Having already been approached by Birmingham City Council in 2016 to look at their temporary and permanent housing needs, Andy Cornaby joined Just Solutions in 2017 to team up with Pete Farrelly to further develop ideas and create a vehicle to deliver a housing pod solution that would be fit for mass production. Recognising the National need for affordable housing, setting out to design a range of Modular housing pods that would meet the needs of any demographic, ModPods was formed in 2017 as a vehicle to design, construct and deliver quality affordable living space that are spacious, compliant and desirable to live in. 2019 the first ModPod a two storey, two bedroom pod was lowered into place in Birmingham on behalf of BMHT, fully furnished and ready to occupy the same day. An astonishing and unique achievement that has captured to interest of a Global audience.
Just Solutions recognised the National need for affordable Housing as well as the need to utilise brown field sites that are often inaccessible to build traditional brick-built dwellings, Sites that are often and eye sore and magnet for unsociable behaviour. ModPods can transform such spaces offering a return on the client’s investment whilst improving the area.
The range of ModPods from the single storey Mini ModPod an internal 40sqm of living space for single occupancy (Type A) through to Type D a two storey three-bedroom pod that sleeps up to six people. The ground floor of every pod is DDA compliant with wheelchair access throughout giving ease of access. With an optional extra option of self-adhesive photo voltaic technology that offers free energy and in turn tackling fuel poverty.
Born by bringing together two individuals with the same passion to provide desirable affordable living space across the UK, ModPods International is starting to play a central role in easing the national housing crisis. Just Solutions Group was set up in 2007 and CEO Peter Farrelly joined forces with Andy Cornaby in 2017 after they […]Read More
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