#LoveHoxton

#LoveHoxton

#LoveHoxton is a project to celebrate the people, stories and heritage of Hoxton:

a historic and vibrant inner-city neighbourhood on the edge of the City of London.

#LoveHoxton is a project to celebrate the people, stories and heritage of Hoxton: a historic and vibrant inner-city neighbourhood on the edge of the City of London.

#LoveHoxton is a project to celebrate the people, stories and heritage of Hoxton: a historic and vibrant inner-city neighbourhood on the edge of the City of London.

#LoveHoxton is a project to celebrate the people, stories and heritage of Hoxton: a historic and vibrant inner-city neighbourhood on the edge of the City of London.

#LoveHoxton is a project to celebrate the people, stories and heritage of Hoxton: a historic and vibrant inner-city neighbourhood on the edge of the City of London.

Our project will explore Hoxton’s growth from its Anglo-Saxon origins, demonstrating how different communities from around the world have settled here and made the neighbourhood the dynamic place it is today. It will reveal the way in which the area has played a part in significant historic events, such as the Gunpowder Plot and the Abolitionist Movement, its relationship with the performing arts and culture, as well as its rich, social history.

#LoveHoxton will also meet the needs of Hoxton today: by revitalising our historic Grade II* church, adapting it to provide much-needed affordable community and co-working space and linking it to our development of affordable housing.  The project will see the local landmark of St John’s Hoxton become a community hub for everyone in this diverse neighbourhood.

Our project will explore Hoxton’s growth from its Anglo-Saxon origins, demonstrating how different communities from around the world have settled here and made the neighbourhood the dynamic place it is today. It will reveal the way in which the area has played a part in significant historic events, such as the Gunpowder Plot and the Abolitionist Movement, its relationship with the performing arts and culture, as well as its rich, social history.

#LoveHoxton will also meet the needs of Hoxton today: by revitalising our historic Grade II* church, adapting it to provide much-needed affordable community and co-working space and linking it to our development of affordable housing.  The project will see the local landmark of St John’s Hoxton become a community hub for everyone in this diverse neighbourhood.

Our project will explore Hoxton’s growth from its Anglo-Saxon origins, demonstrating how different communities from around the world have settled here and made the neighbourhood the dynamic place it is today. It will reveal the way in which the area has played a part in significant historic events, such as the Gunpowder Plot and the Abolitionist Movement, its relationship with the performing arts and culture, as well as its rich, social history.

#LoveHoxton will also meet the needs of Hoxton today: by revitalising our historic Grade II* church, adapting it to provide much-needed affordable community and co-working space and linking it to our development of affordable housing.  The project will see the local landmark of St John’s Hoxton become a community hub for everyone in this diverse neighbourhood.

Our project will explore Hoxton’s growth from its Anglo-Saxon origins, demonstrating how different communities from around the world have settled here and made the neighbourhood the dynamic place it is today. It will reveal the way in which the area has played a part in significant historic events, such as the Gunpowder Plot and the Abolitionist Movement, its relationship with the performing arts and culture, as well as its rich, social history.

#LoveHoxton will also meet the needs of Hoxton today: by revitalising our historic Grade II* church, adapting it to provide much-needed affordable community and co-working space and linking it to our development of affordable housing.  The project will see the local landmark of St John’s Hoxton become a community hub for everyone in this diverse neighbourhood.

2019 Project Update

2019

Project Update

2019 Project Update

Conserve // Create // Contribute 

Conserve // Create // Contribute 

Conserve // Create // Contribute 

Conserve // Create // Contribute 

Over the past 12-18 months, we have been reviewing the feedback from various key stakeholders – the National Lottery Heritage Fund, St John the Baptist Primary School, Hackney Council, Historic England as well as the Diocesan Advisory Committee of the London Diocese – and have revised and update our proposals accordingly.

We have simplified our project to bring it all under the headings: CONSERVE // CREATE // CONTRIBUTE

Updated project boards are below, and more detailed plans available here.

We remain deeply committed to doing all we can to deliver genuinely affordable, permanently rented housing for the Hoxton neighbourhood. Our plans are ambitious, and we will need visionary partners to work with us, as well as a groundswell of local support.

Please show your support by signing our petition.

Over the past 12-18 months, we have been reviewing the feedback from various key stakeholders – the National Lottery Heritage Fund, St John the Baptist Primary School, Hackney Council, Historic England as well as the Diocesan Advisory Committee of the London Diocese – and have revised and update our proposals accordingly.

We have simplified our project to bring it all under the headings: CONSERVE // CREATE // CONTRIBUTE

Updated project boards are below, and more detailed plans available here.

We remain deeply committed to doing all we can to deliver genuinely affordable, permanently rented housing for the Hoxton neighbourhood. Our plans are ambitious, and we will need visionary partners to work with us, as well as a groundswell of local support.

Please show your support by signing our petition.

Over the past 12-18 months, we have been reviewing the feedback from various key stakeholders – the National Lottery Heritage Fund, St John the Baptist Primary School, Hackney Council, Historic England as well as the Diocesan Advisory Committee of the London Diocese – and have revised and update our proposals accordingly.

We have simplified our project to bring it all under the headings: CONSERVE // CREATE // CONTRIBUTE

Updated project boards are below, and more detailed plans available here.

We remain deeply committed to doing all we can to deliver genuinely affordable, permanently rented housing for the Hoxton neighbourhood. Our plans are ambitious, and we will need visionary partners to work with us, as well as a groundswell of local support.

Please show your support by signing our petition.

Over the past 12-18 months, we have been reviewing the feedback from various key stakeholders – the National Lottery Heritage Fund, St John the Baptist Primary School, Hackney Council, Historic England as well as the Diocesan Advisory Committee of the London Diocese – and have revised and update our proposals accordingly.

We have simplified our project to bring it all under the headings: CONSERVE // CREATE // CONTRIBUTE

Updated project boards are below, and more detailed plans available here.

We remain deeply committed to doing all we can to deliver genuinely affordable, permanently rented housing for the Hoxton neighbourhood. Our plans are ambitious, and we will need visionary partners to work with us, as well as a groundswell of local support.

Please show your support by signing our petition.

Over the past 12-18 months, we have been reviewing the feedback from various key stakeholders – the National Lottery Heritage Fund, St John the Baptist Primary School, Hackney Council, Historic England as well as the Diocesan Advisory Committee of the London Diocese – and have revised and update our proposals accordingly.

We have simplified our project to bring it all under the headings: CONSERVE // CREATE // CONTRIBUTE

Updated project boards are below, and more detailed plans available here.

We remain deeply committed to doing all we can to deliver genuinely affordable, permanently rented housing for the Hoxton neighbourhood. Our plans are ambitious, and we will need visionary partners to work with us, as well as a groundswell of local support.

Please show your support by signing our petition.

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2017 Funding

2017 Funding

Resilience Heritage project

Resilience Heritage project

Resilience Heritage project

Resilience Heritage project

We’re grateful to the Heritage Lottery Fund for awarding us a grant of just under £50,000 to assess our readiness for undertaking a major redevelopment project. We commissioned six vital pieces of work to help us learn about our organisation and about our community, and to help us prepare and develop the project.

We’re grateful to the Heritage Lottery Fund for awarding us a grant of just under £50,000 to assess our readiness for undertaking a major redevelopment project. We commissioned six vital pieces of work to help us learn about our organisation and about our community, and to help us prepare and develop the project.

We’re grateful to the Heritage Lottery Fund for awarding us a grant of just under £50,000 to assess our readiness for undertaking a major redevelopment project. We commissioned six vital pieces of work to help us learn about our organisation and about our community, and to help us prepare and develop the project.

We’re grateful to the Heritage Lottery Fund for awarding us a grant of just under £50,000 to assess our readiness for undertaking a major redevelopment project. We commissioned six vital pieces of work to help us learn about our organisation and about our community, and to help us prepare and develop the project.

We’re grateful to the Heritage Lottery Fund for awarding us a grant of just under £50,000 to assess our readiness for undertaking a major redevelopment project. We commissioned six vital pieces of work to help us learn about our organisation and about our community, and to help us prepare and develop the project.

We commissioned:

  1. An Organisational Resilience survey – to look at how our church is structured and governed, and to help us understand what changes would be needed for the future.

  2. A Community Consultation – to listen to the views of people in our neighbourhood and to understand local needs.

  3. A Business Plan report – to help us think about the long-term financial viability of the church, and how we can ensure we have a sustainable future.

  4. A Fundraising report – to help us develop new strategies for generating the resources needed for a major project as well as the ongoing operations of the church.

  5. A Heritage Impact Assessment – to understand the key heritage and conservation issues that need to be considered when planning building redevelopment works.

  6. An Environmental Audit – to think about how we can reduce our carbon footprint, and take the opportunity of redevelopment to create a greener and more environmentally-friendly future.
     
    We also appointed a Project Manager, a Project Intern, and an Architect to help us undertake this work.

We commissioned:

  1. An Organisational Resilience survey – to look at how our church is structured and governed, and to help us understand what changes would be needed for the future.

  2. A Community Consultation – to listen to the views of people in our neighbourhood and to understand local needs.

  3. A Business Plan report – to help us think about the long-term financial viability of the church, and how we can ensure we have a sustainable future.

  4. A Fundraising report – to help us develop new strategies for generating the resources needed for a major project as well as the ongoing operations of the church.

  5. A Heritage Impact Assessment – to understand the key heritage and conservation issues that need to be considered when planning building redevelopment works.

  6. An Environmental Audit – to think about how we can reduce our carbon footprint, and take the opportunity of redevelopment to create a greener and more environmentally-friendly future.
     
    We also appointed a Project Manager, a Project Intern, and an Architect to help us undertake this work.

We commissioned:

  1. An Organisational Resilience survey – to look at how our church is structured and governed, and to help us understand what changes would be needed for the future.

  2. A Community Consultation – to listen to the views of people in our neighbourhood and to understand local needs.

  3. A Business Plan report – to help us think about the long-term financial viability of the church, and how we can ensure we have a sustainable future.

  4. A Fundraising report – to help us develop new strategies for generating the resources needed for a major project as well as the ongoing operations of the church.

  5. A Heritage Impact Assessment – to understand the key heritage and conservation issues that need to be considered when planning building redevelopment works.

  6. An Environmental Audit – to think about how we can reduce our carbon footprint, and take the opportunity of redevelopment to create a greener and more environmentally-friendly future.
     
    We also appointed a Project Manager, a Project Intern, and an Architect to help us undertake this work.

We commissioned:

  1. An Organisational Resilience survey – to look at how our church is structured and governed, and to help us understand what changes would be needed for the future.

  2. A Community Consultation – to listen to the views of people in our neighbourhood and to understand local needs.

  3. A Business Plan report – to help us think about the long-term financial viability of the church, and how we can ensure we have a sustainable future.

  4. A Fundraising report – to help us develop new strategies for generating the resources needed for a major project as well as the ongoing operations of the church.

  5. A Heritage Impact Assessment – to understand the key heritage and conservation issues that need to be considered when planning building redevelopment works.

  6. An Environmental Audit – to think about how we can reduce our carbon footprint, and take the opportunity of redevelopment to create a greener and more environmentally-friendly future.
     
    We also appointed a Project Manager, a Project Intern, and an Architect to help us undertake this work.

We commissioned:

An Organisational Resilience survey – to look at how our church is structured and governed, and to help us understand what changes would be needed for the future.

  • A Community Consultation – to listen to the views of people in our neighbourhood and to understand local needs.
  • A Business Plan report – to help us think about the long-term financial viability of the church, and how we can ensure we have a sustainable future.
  • A Fundraising report – to help us develop new strategies for generating the resources needed for a major project as well as the ongoing operations of the church.
  • A Heritage Impact Assessment – to understand the key heritage and conservation issues that need to be considered when planning building redevelopment works.
  • An Environmental Audit – to think about how we can reduce our carbon footprint, and take the opportunity of redevelopment to create a greener and more environmentally-friendly future.

We also appointed a Project Manager, a Project Intern, and an Architect to help us undertake this work.

Consultation process 

Consultation process 

Consultation process 

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Our Community Consultation was run by Lemon Drizzle. They began by designing a survey, and conducting face-to-face interviews at our summer fair in June. The survey was also completed online, and by visitors to the church over the course of June, July and August.

Our Community Consultation was run by Lemon Drizzle. They began by designing a survey, and conducting face-to-face interviews at our summer fair in June. The survey was also completed online, and by visitors to the church over the course of June, July and August.

Our Community Consultation was run by Lemon Drizzle. They began by designing a survey, and conducting face-to-face interviews at our summer fair in June. The survey was also completed online, and by visitors to the church over the course of June, July and August.

Our Community Consultation was run by Lemon Drizzle. They began by designing a survey, and conducting face-to-face interviews at our summer fair in June. The survey was also completed online, and by visitors to the church over the course of June, July and August.

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We also designed consultation boards to be used to gain people’s views on how the building might be changed and improved to make it more accessible and hospitable.

We also designed consultation boards to be used to gain people’s views on how the building might be changed and improved to make it more accessible and hospitable.

We also designed consultation boards to be used to gain people’s views on how the building might be changed and improved to make it more accessible and hospitable.

We also designed consultation boards to be used to gain people’s views on how the building might be changed and improved to make it more accessible and hospitable.

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In July, we held an open workshop for anyone in the church or neighbourhood to come and have their say on the project, and to discuss some of the initial plans.

In July, we held an open workshop for anyone in the church or neighbourhood to come and have their say on the project, and to discuss some of the initial plans.

In July, we held an open workshop for anyone in the church or neighbourhood to come and have their say on the project, and to discuss some of the initial plans.

In July, we held an open workshop for anyone in the church or neighbourhood to come and have their say on the project, and to discuss some of the initial plans.

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10 things

10 things

10 things the project will do 

10 things the project will do 

10 things the project will do 

10 things the project will do 

  1. Sustain St John’s place at the heart of this vibrant community by revitalising the church and providing a programme of activities used and valued by all;

  2. Create heritage experiences and interpretation – under the themes of ‘Historic Hoxton’, ‘Social Hoxton’ and ‘Creative Hoxton’ – that reveal the distinctive stories of the Hoxton area, celebrating its traditions of social and cultural dynamism, and encouraging a stronger sense of belonging and pride among local people;

  3. Build a high quality new community space, improve facilities and develop a programme of events to attract new audiences and income for the church, including commercial businesses, families and older people.

  4. Help facilitate greater community cohesion and social capital through a range of creative and practical activities for people to meet, develop new skills and share experiences in a safe and welcoming environment;

  5. Repair and conserve the fabric of this Grade II* building, reveal its significance and introduce sensitive adaptations to make it more flexible and accessible to a wider range of users;

  6. We will develop and promote St John’s gardens for greater communal and commercial use and benefit, enhancing the local cityscape and providing opportunities for training, volunteering and intergenerational exchange;

  7. Create new staff posts, including heritage and volunteer roles, to underpin the long-term financial and operational sustainability of St John’s as a communal asset.

  8. Develop and manage an affordable co-working space, ensuring the whole community has an opportunity to access and benefit from our growing local economy.

  9. We will create a range of learning opportunities – workshops, events, films, learning papers – for people in the heritage sector to learn how we have developed well designed, affordable housing.

  10. We will sustain an amazing architectural asset for Hoxton and London’s future generations. 
  1. Sustain St John’s place at the heart of this vibrant community by revitalising the church and providing a programme of activities used and valued by all;

  2. Create heritage experiences and interpretation – under the themes of ‘Historic Hoxton’, ‘Social Hoxton’ and ‘Creative Hoxton’ – that reveal the distinctive stories of the Hoxton area, celebrating its traditions of social and cultural dynamism, and encouraging a stronger sense of belonging and pride among local people;

  3. Build a high quality new community space, improve facilities and develop a programme of events to attract new audiences and income for the church, including commercial businesses, families and older people.

  4. Help facilitate greater community cohesion and social capital through a range of creative and practical activities for people to meet, develop new skills and share experiences in a safe and welcoming environment;

  5. Repair and conserve the fabric of this Grade II* building, reveal its significance and introduce sensitive adaptations to make it more flexible and accessible to a wider range of users;

  6. We will develop and promote St John’s gardens for greater communal and commercial use and benefit, enhancing the local cityscape and providing opportunities for training, volunteering and intergenerational exchange;

  7. Create new staff posts, including heritage and volunteer roles, to underpin the long-term financial and operational sustainability of St John’s as a communal asset.

  8. Develop and manage an affordable co-working space, ensuring the whole community has an opportunity to access and benefit from our growing local economy.

  9. We will create a range of learning opportunities – workshops, events, films, learning papers – for people in the heritage sector to learn how we have developed well designed, affordable housing.

  10. We will sustain an amazing architectural asset for Hoxton and London’s future generations. 
  1. Sustain St John’s place at the heart of this vibrant community by revitalising the church and providing a programme of activities used and valued by all;

  2. Create heritage experiences and interpretation – under the themes of ‘Historic Hoxton’, ‘Social Hoxton’ and ‘Creative Hoxton’ – that reveal the distinctive stories of the Hoxton area, celebrating its traditions of social and cultural dynamism, and encouraging a stronger sense of belonging and pride among local people;

  3. Build a high quality new community space, improve facilities and develop a programme of events to attract new audiences and income for the church, including commercial businesses, families and older people.

  4. Help facilitate greater community cohesion and social capital through a range of creative and practical activities for people to meet, develop new skills and share experiences in a safe and welcoming environment;

  5. Repair and conserve the fabric of this Grade II* building, reveal its significance and introduce sensitive adaptations to make it more flexible and accessible to a wider range of users;

  6. We will develop and promote St John’s gardens for greater communal and commercial use and benefit, enhancing the local cityscape and providing opportunities for training, volunteering and intergenerational exchange;

  7. Create new staff posts, including heritage and volunteer roles, to underpin the long-term financial and operational sustainability of St John’s as a communal asset.

  8. Develop and manage an affordable co-working space, ensuring the whole community has an opportunity to access and benefit from our growing local economy.

  9. We will create a range of learning opportunities – workshops, events, films, learning papers – for people in the heritage sector to learn how we have developed well designed, affordable housing.

  10. We will sustain an amazing architectural asset for Hoxton and London’s future generations. 
  1. Sustain St John’s place at the heart of this vibrant community by revitalising the church and providing a programme of activities used and valued by all;

  2. Create heritage experiences and interpretation – under the themes of ‘Historic Hoxton’, ‘Social Hoxton’ and ‘Creative Hoxton’ – that reveal the distinctive stories of the Hoxton area, celebrating its traditions of social and cultural dynamism, and encouraging a stronger sense of belonging and pride among local people;

  3. Build a high quality new community space, improve facilities and develop a programme of events to attract new audiences and income for the church, including commercial businesses, families and older people.

  4. Help facilitate greater community cohesion and social capital through a range of creative and practical activities for people to meet, develop new skills and share experiences in a safe and welcoming environment;

  5. Repair and conserve the fabric of this Grade II* building, reveal its significance and introduce sensitive adaptations to make it more flexible and accessible to a wider range of users;

  6. We will develop and promote St John’s gardens for greater communal and commercial use and benefit, enhancing the local cityscape and providing opportunities for training, volunteering and intergenerational exchange;

  7. Create new staff posts, including heritage and volunteer roles, to underpin the long-term financial and operational sustainability of St John’s as a communal asset.

  8. Develop and manage an affordable co-working space, ensuring the whole community has an opportunity to access and benefit from our growing local economy.

  9. We will create a range of learning opportunities – workshops, events, films, learning papers – for people in the heritage sector to learn how we have developed well designed, affordable housing.

  10. We will sustain an amazing architectural asset for Hoxton and London’s future generations. 
  1. Sustain St John’s place at the heart of this vibrant community by revitalising the church and providing a programme of activities used and valued by all;

  2. Create heritage experiences and interpretation – under the themes of ‘Historic Hoxton’, ‘Social Hoxton’ and ‘Creative Hoxton’ – that reveal the distinctive stories of the Hoxton area, celebrating its traditions of social and cultural dynamism, and encouraging a stronger sense of belonging and pride among local people;

  3. Build a high quality new community space, improve facilities and develop a programme of events to attract new audiences and income for the church, including commercial businesses, families and older people.

  4. Help facilitate greater community cohesion and social capital through a range of creative and practical activities for people to meet, develop new skills and share experiences in a safe and welcoming environment;

  5. Repair and conserve the fabric of this Grade II* building, reveal its significance and introduce sensitive adaptations to make it more flexible and accessible to a wider range of users;

  6. We will develop and promote St John’s gardens for greater communal and commercial use and benefit, enhancing the local cityscape and providing opportunities for training, volunteering and intergenerational exchange;

  7. Create new staff posts, including heritage and volunteer roles, to underpin the long-term financial and operational sustainability of St John’s as a communal asset.

  8. Develop and manage an affordable co-working space, ensuring the whole community has an opportunity to access and benefit from our growing local economy.

  9. We will create a range of learning opportunities – workshops, events, films, learning papers – for people in the heritage sector to learn how we have developed well designed, affordable housing.

  10. We will sustain an amazing architectural asset for Hoxton and London’s future generations. 

Original Plans

Original Plans

We have been working with Matthew Lloyd Architects to develop the design proposals for the building and site redevelopment. These have been carefully reviewed and revised over the summer in response to community consultation. An extract of the current design proposals for the existing church building can be viewed as a PDF document here: LoveHoxton Design – Church

In addition, a major part of the scheme is a proposal, in response to local demand, to create some permanently rented, genuinely affordable housing. The outline of this scheme can be seen here: LoveHoxton Design – Residential 

We have been working with Matthew Lloyd Architects to develop the design proposals for the building and site redevelopment. These have been carefully reviewed and revised over the summer in response to community consultation. An extract of the current design proposals for the existing church building can be viewed as a PDF document here: LoveHoxton Design – Church

In addition, a major part of the scheme is a proposal, in response to local demand, to create some permanently rented, genuinely affordable housing. The outline of this scheme can be seen here: LoveHoxton Design – Residential 

We have been working with Matthew Lloyd Architects to develop the design proposals for the building and site redevelopment. These have been carefully reviewed and revised over the summer in response to community consultation. An extract of the current design proposals for the existing church building can be viewed as a PDF document here: LoveHoxton Design – Church

In addition, a major part of the scheme is a proposal, in response to local demand, to create some permanently rented, genuinely affordable housing. The outline of this scheme can be seen here: LoveHoxton Design – Residential 

We have been working with Matthew Lloyd Architects to develop the design proposals for the building and site redevelopment. These have been carefully reviewed and revised over the summer in response to community consultation. An extract of the current design proposals for the existing church building can be viewed as a PDF document here: LoveHoxton Design – Church

In addition, a major part of the scheme is a proposal, in response to local demand, to create some permanently rented, genuinely affordable housing. The outline of this scheme can be seen here: LoveHoxton Design – Residential 

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SJH-Church copy

Supporters

Supporters

How can you show your support?

How can you show your support?

How can you show your support?

How can you show your support?

  1. We would love to hear your views! Please email us to let us know what you think.

  2. If you’d like to be kept up-to-date with the plans as they develop, and to be informed about the overall progress of the project, please sign up to our email newsletter list. (We will only send intermittent email updates.)

  3. If you’re able to support the project financially with either a one-off gift, or a regular donation, please click here to make a donation.

  4. Please sign our petition below to show your support.
  1. We would love to hear your views! Please email us to let us know what you think.

  2. If you’d like to be kept up-to-date with the plans as they develop, and to be informed about the overall progress of the project, please sign up to our email newsletter list. (We will only send intermittent email updates.)

  3. If you’re able to support the project financially with either a one-off gift, or a regular donation, please click here to make a donation.

  4. Please sign our petition below to show your support.
  1. We would love to hear your views! Please email us to let us know what you think.

  2. If you’d like to be kept up-to-date with the plans as they develop, and to be informed about the overall progress of the project, please sign up to our email newsletter list. (We will only send intermittent email updates.)

  3. If you’re able to support the project financially with either a one-off gift, or a regular donation, please click here to make a donation.

  4. Please sign our petition below to show your support.
  1. We would love to hear your views! Please email us to let us know what you think.

  2. If you’d like to be kept up-to-date with the plans as they develop, and to be informed about the overall progress of the project, please sign up to our email newsletter list. (We will only send intermittent email updates.)

  3. If you’re able to support the project financially with either a one-off gift, or a regular donation, please click here to make a donation.

  4. Please sign our petition below to show your support.
  1. We would love to hear your views! Please email us to let us know what you think.

  2. If you’d like to be kept up-to-date with the plans as they develop, and to be informed about the overall progress of the project, please sign up to our email newsletter list. (We will only send intermittent email updates.)

  3. If you’re able to support the project financially with either a one-off gift, or a regular donation, please click here to make a donation.

  4. Please sign our petition below to show your support.

Our Supporters 

Our Supporters 

Our Supporters 

Our Supporters 

We’re delighted that lots of local community groups and local leaders are throwing their weight and support behind this project.

We’re delighted that lots of local community groups and local leaders are throwing their weight and support behind this project.

We’re delighted that lots of local community groups and local leaders are throwing their weight and support behind this project.

We’re delighted that lots of local community groups and local leaders are throwing their weight and support behind this project.

These include:

  • Meg Hillier, MP Hackney South & Shoreditch
  • Jules Pipe, Deputy Mayor of London (Planning & Regeneration)
  • Neil Jameson CBE, Director of Citizens UK
  • Jacqui Roberts, Chief Executive of The Shoreditch Trust
  • Ivy St Family Centre
  • Faith In Affordable Housing
  • Dolphin Living
  • Ministry of Stories
  • Hackney Foodbank
  • Hoxton Hall
  • Haberdashers’ Company

These include:

  • Meg Hillier, MP Hackney South & Shoreditch
  • Jules Pipe, Deputy Mayor of London (Planning & Regeneration)
  • Neil Jameson CBE, Director of Citizens UK
  • Jacqui Roberts, Chief Executive of The Shoreditch Trust
  • Ivy St Family Centre
  • Faith In Affordable Housing
  • Dolphin Living
  • Ministry of Stories
  • Hackney Foodbank
  • Hoxton Hall
  • Haberdashers’ Company

These include:

  • Meg Hillier, MP Hackney South & Shoreditch
  • Jules Pipe, Deputy Mayor of London (Planning & Regeneration)
  • Neil Jameson CBE, Director of Citizens UK
  • Jacqui Roberts, Chief Executive of The Shoreditch Trust
  • Ivy St Family Centre
  • Faith In Affordable Housing
  • Dolphin Living
  • Ministry of Stories
  • Hackney Foodbank
  • Hoxton Hall
  • Haberdashers’ Company

These include:

  • Meg Hillier, MP Hackney South & Shoreditch
  • Jules Pipe, Deputy Mayor of London (Planning & Regeneration)
  • Neil Jameson CBE, Director of Citizens UK
  • Jacqui Roberts, Chief Executive of The Shoreditch Trust
  • Ivy St Family Centre
  • Faith In Affordable Housing
  • Dolphin Living
  • Ministry of Stories
  • Hackney Foodbank
  • Hoxton Hall
  • Haberdashers’ Company

These include:

  • Meg Hillier, MP Hackney South & Shoreditch
  • Jules Pipe, Deputy Mayor of London (Planning & Regeneration)
  • Neil Jameson CBE, Director of Citizens UK
  • Jacqui Roberts, Chief Executive of The Shoreditch Trust
  • Ivy St Family Centre
  • Faith In Affordable Housing
  • Dolphin Living
  • Ministry of Stories
  • Hackney Foodbank
  • Hoxton Hall
  • Haberdashers’ Company