Guest Blog: Building Consensus in Oxford on Leap Day!
By Stephen Smith The Glass-House marked Leap Day with a workshop at Cutteslowe Community Centre in Oxford. Chief Executive Sophia […]
Lots to learn from Neighbourhoods Study Tour in Sheffield
South Owlerton in Sheffield made a fantastic case study for us to visit on a Study Tour we ran as […]
The Value of Community Led Design – another success!
Great news! The Glass-House and partners – the Open University and Architecture Centre Network – have been successful in gaining […]
Community Rights Made Real: What will the Localism Act mean for communities?
With the Localism Act (the government’s new policy giving increased decision-making powers to communities) soon to become part of our […]
Big Insights: What next for community spaces?
Last week I attended an event organised by Big Lottery Fund to help them consider the future of their funding […]
The Community Led Design Debate continues in Bristol
From the concrete jungle on arrival in Bristol to the thriving regenerated docklands and to the home of our hosts […]
The Glass-House Debate Series 2011/12: Glasgow
‘What is Community Led Design and does it work?’ Yesterday evening, on a crisp October evening in Glasgow over 40 […]
Exploring design and reuse with Friends of Millhouses Park in Sheffield
Yesterday we spent the day with the Friends of Millhouses Park group who are trying to bring their Mill Buildings […]