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Becontree housing estate, Dagenham, London

RIBA15757
Forrest, George Topham (1872-1945)
NOTES: This image is one of many taken for the Architectural Review's 'Manplan 8: Housing' issue of September 1970 for which Ray-Jones was the guest photographer. This image appeared on pp. 138-139. The Becontree Estate was one of the largest interwar council estates built by the London County Council. In 1919 the government approved the plans for 29,000 new homes to house 145,000 residents. The finished estate, by 1939 comprised 26,000 homes and housed a population of 120,000.

Design for suburban development with a block of flats: perspective

RIBA20331
Norcliffe, Arthur James (1893-1974)

Proposed design for a suburban development in Withington, Lancashire: aerial view, facing north, showing the arrangement of housing, churches and gardens

RIBA31570
Wood, Edgar (1860-1935)
NOTES: The legend at the foot of the design explains that this development was suggested by a town planning bill prepared by the Manchester Society of Architects in 1909. Withington became part of Manchester in 1904.

Proposed design for a suburban development in Withington, Lancashire: aerial view, facing south, showing the arrangement of housing, churches and gardens

RIBA31571
Wood, Edgar (1860-1935)
NOTES: The legend at the foot of the design explains that this development was suggested by a town planning bill prepared by the Manchester Society of Architects in 1909. Withington became part of Manchester in 1904.
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