Today, I'm delighted to be joined by Dean Starr, a developer with a social conscience who started out in property in a fairly typical fashion with student houses in Huddersfield. He had a desire to simplify his income so he could move him and his family to New Zealand. But things didn't exactly go to plan and a chance meeting with an old colleague who was also investing in property, led him on a path to create Cornerstone Partnership, a social enterprise that is trying to make an impact on the housing crisis with social housing. In fact, it is making an impact on the housing crisis in the UK by following the Aldi model, one of the companies that Dean worked at before he ventured into the world of property- high quality and high volume at low cost. Without a doubt, this is one of the most interesting conversations that I've had on the podcast for a while and whether you're just starting out or a seasoned developer, there are lessons in here that you can take and apply to your own business.
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