Bozeman is in the final stages of planning a sustainable housing project. It aims at providing housing for members of the community in varying financial circumstances. Houses in the facility will be priced below market price to allow teachers, city employees, service workers, young professionals, and others an opportunity to still live in quality city housing. The project currently plans to place the houses throughout the community to make them indistinguishable from others.
London Borough of Haringey developed the "Haringey Connected" mobile app to provide practical support and key information to new residents. The app was designed as part of the Council's Connected Communities programme to help migrants successfully integrate into Haringey. The app includes information in multiple languages on local services and resources, cultural tips for living in the UK, local news, event details, etc.
Newcastle upon Tyne City Council designated three districts as "No Cold Calling Zones" to protect vulnerable residents with an awareness campaign. The zones were established to prevent unwanted callers, salesmen, fake workers, and distraction burglars from committing front-door crime. Every household within these zones received a "No Cold Calling Zone" window sticker and information packet.