Category:Social housing in London
The construction of social housing in London was begun by private housing associations in the 19th century. Council housing predominated for much of the 20th century, but late in that century housing associations came to the fore again, this time with government sponsorship. The distinction between private and social housing with clear cut until around 1980, but has since been broken down to some extent by the right to buy scheme and planning policies favouring mixture private and social developments, so many blocks and estates now have a mix of tenure types.
Most social housing in inner London takes the form of blocks of flats, but there are many estates of terraced and semi-detached social housing in the suburbs.
This category has the following 15 subcategories, out of 15 total.
- ► Devon Mansions (11 F)
- ► Heygate Estate (11 F)
- ► Lansbury Estate (20 F)
- ► Trellick Tower (3 C, 70 F)
Media in category "Social housing in London"
The following 34 files are in this category, out of 34 total.
- Broomfield Park after.JPG 2.7 MB
- Broomfield street before.JPG 1.25 MB
- Coventry Cross at night.jpg 4.85 MB
- De beauvoir estate 1.jpg 166 KB
- Ferrier Estate.jpg 4.1 MB
- Hackney downs estate 1.jpg 259 KB
- Hackney evelyn court 1.jpg 197 KB
- Homes of the London Poor.djvu 1.24 MB
- Hoxton arden estate 1.jpg 226 KB
- Hoxton cranston estate 1.jpg 175 KB
- Lakeview estate.jpg 867 KB
- Loughborough Estate 1.jpg 2.12 MB
- Lubetkin Hallfield Estate.jpg 2.52 MB
- Pembury estate 1.jpg 191 KB
- Pembury estate 2.jpg 169 KB
- Snowman House.jpg 4.13 MB
- Stamford hill estate 1.jpg 233 KB