Save Cressingham Gardens

Residents of the Cressingham Gardens council estate on Brockwell Park are facing the loss of their homes. It is a well-designed Ted Hollamby estate that has resulted in an unique layout & architecture that sits below the tree line of the bordering Brockwell Park and a role model community with low crime.

The tightly knit community, which has been there since the 1970s, has been treated very shabbily by Lambeth Council. A lengthy & exhausting 'consultation' exercise turned out to be a sham, with the council now insisting that demolition is the only way forward.

Many of the estate's residents are old and infirm. Many have lived there for 40 years. They don't want to see their community torn apart and replaced by luxury flats.

So they need help. Urgently. They need to build up a fighting fund to give them the resources they need to challenge Lambeth Council & stay in their homes.

Please visit in September when the residents open up the estate each year for the London Open House weekend so that visitors can come and see what truly well designed housing for the community looks like.

If you would like to see and read more about Cressingham Gardens...

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Videos about Cressingham Gardens:
Homes under the Sledgehammer by Sanda Kolar
iTV news coverage
BBC London new coverage

Blog articles on the architectural heritage:
Cressingham Gardens, Lambeth: ‘a sense of smallness inside the bigness’ by Municipal Dreams
Cressingham Gardens – a village within a city by Single Aspect
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Gerlinde Gniewosz
Bodley Manor Way, London

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