Property X-Change launched on July 13, 2022, with an inspiring event at City Hall. Our dynamic panel discussion ‘Mock the Street’ was designed for the occasion as a celebration of diversity, collaboration, and experimentation.
The Hithe is a building conceived as a piece of social infrastructure for Rotherhithe. One that will both support local businesses and the community to forge connections. The design had to meet a challenging trio of objectives – high design quality, demountable and a low build cost.
What do high streets and universities & higher education colleges have in common? Come along to a forum discussion on the opportunities and challenges of institution-led high street regeneration, hosted by Hassell and London Higher.
Peveril Gardens and Studios is a reimagined and retrofitted rooftop garden for residents of Peveril House and the public, and a wonderful example of the role public art and architecture play as catalysts for city-making.
Property Development Book Club is a collection of built environment specialists from a variety of backgrounds. The group has just launched an excellent podcast and Episode one, “exploring differences between the public and private sectors”, is available now.
Central Parade is an iconic 1950’s Grade II listed building located on a prominent crossroads at the heart of Walthamstow. Find out how a series of disused ground floor spaces were lovingly refurbished on a small budget and short programme, to create a thriving cultural and creative enterprise hub serving the local community.
In this Q&A, Gabriela Martino, Regeneration Manager at Haringey Council, tells us about Haringey’s experience with social value leases. Their Community Wealth Building Lease essentially quantifies the social value delivered by a tenant, and discounts this against the market rates.
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For “brand-builders, city-makers, and story-tellers”, this podcast brings you conversations with diverse guests who are “leading the charge to reset our cities around a new and more lively balance of purpose and profit”
Prepared by Centre for London for Cross River Partnership, this report is both a summary of the changes and challenges brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic, and a series of excellent case studies illustrating local variations.