Floodplain wrote:Research Report by Stirling Ackroyd cites the Chaucer Ward in Southwark as having potential space from empty or under-used sites to create 2,290 new homes - it claims that Chaucer has the greatest potential of any ward in London.
Given that Chaucer has one of the highest densities of Council Estates in the Borough - I would have to speculate that this increase in density must - at least in part - rely on infix development within Council Estates.
This study was reported in the Evening Standard on Friday - but I cannot find the link on their website.
I did however find this new article and this article
If anyone gets hold of a copy of this report could they please share it on this thread - many thanks.
JazzyQ wrote:Not such a happy new year for these residents in Waltham Forest, and the article made me think that it could just as easily be Southwark.The White Elephant Park springs to mind as just one example.
Time for me to get those marching boots out, I think
boroughonian wrote:What is really needed here, before it's too late (as it is already for many) is that people who live in social housing, anywhere in London, have to understand that they can/will be next, it's no good having fragmented demos, we need a biggy.
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