How can we facilitate a collective identity to help communities thrive?

A sense of place is a critical exploration of belonging in the UK. A defining of what Wendell Berry calls 'the home place' with vulnerable and underrepresented groups. Working with secondary students, families and individuals at risk of eviction, housing associations, social enterprises and the greater UK community, we are running a series of pilot projects to construct a more holistic and just approach to placemaking and development.

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London, UK

London, UK


We're essentially operating in the realm of social capital - the coffers of our relationships. Read more >>

When working with groups, we challenge our collective understanding of ourselves. A project update >>


In England, 19,093 evictions were by social landlords, such as housing associations, while 5,919 were by private landlords.