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Choose from 27 pictures in our Housing Estate collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Show flat JLP01_08_066124
Show flat JLP01_08_066124
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West Hill  33214_008
West Hill 33214_008
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Hexagonal paving DP251002
Hexagonal paving DP251002
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Keyham House DP247414
Keyham House DP247414
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Aneurin Bevan JLP01_01_055_66
Aneurin Bevan JLP01_01_055_66
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Guinness Trust Estate 33455_062
Guinness Trust Estate 33455_062
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Installing a wall panel JLP01_14_00230
Installing a wall panel JLP01_14_00230
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Demolition on Holly Street JLP01_11_60531_02
Demolition on Holly Street JLP01_11_60531_02
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Flats in Hulme JLP01_08_076201b
Flats in Hulme JLP01_08_076201b
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Naval quarters JLP01_08_075209b
Naval quarters JLP01_08_075209b
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Climbing frame JLP01_08_089089
Climbing frame JLP01_08_089089
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Asphalt roofing JLP01_08_080780
Asphalt roofing JLP01_08_080780
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Flats in Hulme JLP01_08_076201b Featured Image

Flats in Hulme JLP01_08_076201b

HULME, MANCHESTER. A view over the construction site of three-storey flats in Hulme, built using the 12M Jespersen system, with the Manchester skyline in the distance including Manchester Central Railway Station.
In 1963, John Laing and Son Ltd bought the rights to the Danish industrialised building system known as Jespersen (sometimes referred to as Jesperson). The company built factories in Scotland, Hampshire and Lancashire producing Jespersen prefabricated parts and precast concrete panels, allowing the building of housing to be rationalised, saving time and money. These flats in Hulme were built by Laing in 1967 and were part of a contract to build 420 flats and maisonettes, with the prefabricated concrete units being supplied by the John Laing Concrete Factory in Heywood. The housing development consisted of walks and closes including Toddbrook Close, Pyegreave Close, Birchvale Close, Magdalen Walk, Elmin Walk and others. The development has subsequently been demolished and the site is now occupied by the Hulme Park playing fields just off Jackson Crescent

© Historic England Archive

Construction site JLP01_08_078571
Construction site JLP01_08_078571
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Surveying JLP01_08_07739j
Surveying JLP01_08_07739j
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Putting in the stairs JLP01_08_072239g
Putting in the stairs JLP01_08_072239g
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Aylesbury Estate Walworth JLP01_09_761948
Aylesbury Estate Walworth JLP01_09_761948
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Urban living JLP01_08_087671
Urban living JLP01_08_087671
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Aylesbury Estate Walworth JLP01_08_084729
Aylesbury Estate Walworth JLP01_08_084729
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Aylesbury Estate Walworth JLP01_08_081550
Aylesbury Estate Walworth JLP01_08_081550
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Farnborough 33140_018
Farnborough 33140_018
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Tilgate 33142_013
Tilgate 33142_013
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Concrete play area JLP01_08_075900
Concrete play area JLP01_08_075900
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New housing estate 33660_051
New housing estate 33660_051
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Ferrybridge Power Station DP221174
Ferrybridge Power Station DP221174
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Aylesbury Estate Walworth JLP01_09_761948 Featured Image

Aylesbury Estate Walworth JLP01_09_761948

Aylesbury Estate, Walworth, Southwark, Greater London. Looking over low-rise blocks of flats and maisonettes during the topping out ceremony of the Southwark Whites contract on the Aylesbury Estate.
The Southwark Whites contract was carried out by Laing's South London Region. In an article published in October 1976 in Laing's monthly newsletter Team Spirit, the site is described as the last housing development to be built by Laing in the 10 year redevelopment of the Aylesbury Estate. It was also to be the last housing development to be built using the 12M Jespersen scheme as the John Laing Concrete factories had all closed and the trend in the country was now for much smaller estates to be built. The Whites scheme consisted of an extension to an existing 14-storey block, but the new buildings were grouped in seven low-rise blocks of flats and maisonettes with more landscaping than the previous schemes

© Historic England Archive

Weston Rise Estate DP183291
Weston Rise Estate DP183291
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St James Birkenhead 28764_072
St James Birkenhead 28764_072
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St James Birkenhead 28764_069
St James Birkenhead 28764_069
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