Regeneration

12/09/2019

EastEnders Pie ‘n’ Mash pays homage to Poplar with a new Chrisp Street mural

Brian, owner of EastEnders Pie ‘n’ Mash, is responsible for the stunning new mural on the south side of Chrisp Street Market. The colourful artwork pays tribute to the rich history of the market and the surrounding area, and was designed and painted by artist the Agwa from Bud Studio.

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30/08/2019

Shared Ownership gives Lucy the opportunity to own her first home

Lucy Hutchings, a Head of Operations originally from Buckinghamshire, recently moved into one of Poplar HARCA’s Shared Ownership properties in Duesbury House. We spoke to her about why she chose Shared Ownership, what she loves about her new home and the positive impact it’s had on her lifestyle.

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15/08/2019

Tom and Soo find their dream marital home through Shared Ownership

Tom, a hostel Chaplain, and Soo, who works in advertising, recently got married and found their dream marital home through Shared Ownership. We spoke to the couple about why they chose Shared Ownership, the perks of living in a new build property and how they’re getting to know their new neighbours.

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01/08/2019

Shared Ownership helps Graham find his perfect home

After a life-changing snowboarding accident, Graham's requirements for a home changed. Our Shared Ownership team worked closely with him to find a suitable home and continue to provide ongoing adjustments to help make the flat as accessible and homely as possible.

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23/07/2019

Poplar HARCA, LBTH, THHF & Gateway Housing Association launch first Tower Hamlets Health & Housing conference

On 23rd July, Poplar HARCA, Tower Hamlets Council, Tower Hamlets Housing Forum & Gateway Housing Association hosted the first Tower Hamlets Health & Housing conference. The event aimed to bring housing and health professionals together to explore the relationship between the two sectors.

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30/05/2019

Residents vote to regenerate Teviot

On an 81% turnout, 86% of voters have backed proposals for regenerating the Teviot Estate, Poplar with 1,800–2,450 new homes, new green and play spaces, shops, community and faith facilities, and improved infrastructure. 

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