Growing Bridgend Farmhouse together
Tucked away between housing estates in southern Edinburgh, and next to a thriving community allotment, Bridgend Farmhouse languished derelict for […]
Marple: A community taking action
“Marple is one of the best places in the world, and Marple Civic Society is proud to be the civic […]
Community-led housing – building homes and capacity
Housing. Whichever way you look at it, it’s an issue that defines our lives and our communities. With a ‘housing […]
Celebrating and supporting collaboration in housing in 2015
Over the past fifteen years, The Glass-House has worked with many social housing providers to support communities and staff to […]
Learning from community open spaces: Spaces by Design with Wandle Housing Association tenants and staff
Designing and managing public space is complex work, and often spaces are established or improved, only to find that after […]
Taking a place-based view in supporting neighbourhoods
This blog post was originally published by the National Federation of ALMOs as part of their annual conference held in […]
Is our view of place too short-sighted?
Is our view of place too short-sighted? On Wednesday 11 February, we put this question to an engaged Bristol audience, […]
Glass-House supported group get their Neighbourhood Plan through referendum!
We’re delighted to see the hard work of the community of Kirdford, West Sussex to develop a neighbourhood plan come […]
Place Potential: Can young people be placemakers?
The second debate of our 2013/14 Debate Series, Place Potential, on Wednesday 20th November continued this year’s exploration by asking, […]
Supporting young people to engage in place
Over the past two years, The Glass-House has been working in partnership with the Citizenship Foundation to develop an educational programme to […]