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Housing the poor and destitute used to be what the Church of England was all about, but in recent years it has arguably become better known for selling off land to the highest bidder.
The Bishop of Chelmsford, Guli Frances-Dehqhani, is determined to do something about that.
As England’s first Bishop for Housing, she is spearheading efforts to build affordable homes on church land and campaigning for long-term solutions to what Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby believes is one of the biggest crises facing the country.
As a former refugee, Bishop Guli understands the importance of a stable,