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Feasibility Study: West Kensington and Gibbs Green
This report was produced in collaboration with ASH (Architects for Social Housing) for West Kensington and Gibbs Green Community Homes as part of their People's plan, and formed part of their business case for their ...
Central Hill: A Case Study in Estate Regeneration
(Architects 4 social housing, 2018-04-10)
This report includes not only our designs for the estate’s refurbishment and increase in housing capacity by up to 50 per cent without the demolition of a single existing home, but also our account of why and how these ...
The London Clearances
In this article we look at the origins of London’s housing crisis and how it is being used to justify a policy of estate regeneration that is demolishing the homes of the communities they house. Our argument is that ...
Geopoetry: Greenwich Peninsula
This text, with the accompanying images projected, was performed at the conference on ³The Mediated City² held at Ravensbourne College of Design and Communication on the Greenwich Peninsula, London, between April 1 and 3, ...
What is Community-led Housing? Proposal for a Co-operative Housing Development
(Architects for Social Housing, 2019-01-31)
What is ‘community-led housing’? The phrase is used these days with increasing frequency, but what does it mean? How can it embrace the resource and advice hub set up by the London Mayor to build more affordable housing, ...
The Costs of Estate Regeneration: A Report by Architects for Social Housing
One of the biggest problems faced by residents informed that their estate is being considered for ‘regeneration’ is the disinformation they are given by the local authority or housing association implementing the process. ...