Say perhaps you and your close neighbours live in a somewhat drab block of post-war flats surrounded by excellent Victorian housing in an vibrant area or London. The flats aren’t set out brilliantly, you’ve got growing families but really value your neighbours. What do you do? Form a community development company and rebuild them of course! Director level involvement guided the development of this project and put together the essential mechanics that would secure a recommendation for approval, including one of the only sites we know in inner London built without any affordable housing contribution. The flats were designed by the internationally renowned ‘Peter Barber Architects’ and will serve as a lasting landmark in this part of inner south London, whilst clever design as doubled the floorspace and number of units on site has doubled from 8 to 16.