From the Royal Geographical Society, here is a Hackney walk about urban land use. Titled ‘Beans, berries and bees’ the walk visits urban spaces in Hackney being used to grow food and explores the potential of urban gardening in the borough. You can see the walk at the link here: Beans, berries and bees.…Continue
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We've submitted our response to the Development Management Local Plan consultation. SH.consultation.response.DMLP.pdf Thanks for your…Continue
Generally Hackney is a typical inner London Borough with limited scope for cavity wall insulation because so many of the homes have pre-1919 solid walls. While working as a paid surveyor on the Mayor of London’s RENEW programme I realised that this was not the case for homes originally built by Hackney Council. There is a band of estates scattered across Hackney built in the late 1970s easily identified by their non-standard bricks which were built with cavities. Most have…Continue
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I love the Olympics but....
Many people may not take me for the typical straight male sport…Continue
We are the Honey Club part of Wolff Olins (www.wolffolins.com) and a year and half ago we founded a bee-focused social enterprise called The Honey Club (www.honeyclub.org) with a local youth charity, Global Generation (http://www.globalgeneration.org.uk/).
We focus on saving bees and learning about sustainable…Continue
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