Densification of large estates could add up to 160,000 homes across London over 20 years

05 October 2016
Woodberry Park, Hackney, will double its density by 2032
Woodberry Park, Hackney, will double its density by 2032
 

The latest report from the Centre for London seeks to understand the potential for estate densification by analysing the density of London’s existing estates, their capacity for densification and the factors affecting the viability of estate densification projects.

With the Mayor and central government opposed to building on the green belt and brownfield land in limited supply, it is widely assumed estates are a valuable means of boosting housing supply. Yet we still know astonishingly...

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