UK cities are changing and social housing is disappearing from their skylines in the name of regeneration. Author Nabil Al-Kinani has published a radical manual for estates to buy their blocks and preserve the ends.
In an offbeat mash-up of animation, collage, photo and video, the photographer-cum-filmmaker presents Diddly Squat, asking the all important question: what the hell does home mean?
Historian and local Richard Yeboah took lockdown by the horns to pursue his passion project. The Regeneration of Hackney: Transforming Modern Utopias is a detailed examination of gentrification in one of London’s most populated areas.
“The hardest conversation was with a father who had accepted his son being an addict on the streets. He was volunteering in the hope of seeing his son in the centre. He did see him, they shared a meal together and spent some time talking.”
Hundreds of turkey crowns, buckets of cranberry sauce, bacon sarnies, football tournaments, haircuts, eye tests, showers, tellies and a warm, dry bed for a night or two: how the homelessness charity is helping thousands of rough sleepers this festive season.