The residential development, in the Sighthill area of the city, will feature 826 new homes, retail units, a new community school campus as well as improved transport to the city centre.
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The York Road library and swimming bath in Leeds has been the victim of everything from years of neglect to being sold off by the local authority at a knocked-down rate, as Thomas Barrett reports.
It examines the barriers identified by people building and designing our communities to creating places where people are healthier and happier.
They hope to own the property portfolio of all student housing co-ops and lease them to back to local student groups.
‘Britain’s housing problems have developed into a full-blown crisis over recent decades and young people are bearing the brunt.’
Homes England say it is part of a drive to ‘challenge perceptions of regeneration, promoting people from a diverse array of backgrounds to play a role in shaping our towns and cities.’
Love it or hate it, gentrification has had a profound impact on how and where we live, work, study and socialise with one another; and I for one hope it continues.
Its architects say the centre will provide a ‘cultural landmark’ for London which will ‘defy traditional tall build typologies’.
Only by working to an outcomes based approach, beyond silo and sectors, will local interventions succeed in difficult economic and political times.
‘Increasingly, services are being co-designed with communities and informed by a wide range of potential providers.’
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