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Choose from 45 pictures in our Housing collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Beaconsfield Buildings AA83/01849
Beaconsfield Buildings AA83/01849
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Carlton Way, Royton, Oldham EAC685008
Carlton Way, Royton, Oldham EAC685008
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Stepney housing  PSM01_01_02
Stepney housing PSM01_01_02
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Repairing Milbank Estate  P_H00261_004
Repairing Milbank Estate P_H00261_004
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Repairing Wedmore Estate  P_H00258_001
Repairing Wedmore Estate P_H00258_001
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Birch Green  35030_037
Birch Green 35030_037
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Digmoor  35030_015
Digmoor 35030_015
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Halton Brook  35025_011
Halton Brook 35025_011
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Terraced housing  35019_012
Terraced housing 35019_012
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Northenden  35015_026
Northenden 35015_026
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Northenden  35015_021
Northenden 35015_021
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Detail of materials  DP220968
Detail of materials DP220968
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Repairing Milbank Estate  P_H00261_004 Featured Image

Repairing Milbank Estate P_H00261_004

Millbank Estate, Ruskin House, Herrick Street, Millbank, City of Westminster, Greater London. View from the north of Ruskin House on the Millbank Estate, showing the extent of bomb damage to the building.
The Millbank Estate consisted of twelve blocks of flats and the repairs depicted in the image are to Ruskin House. The Millbank estate was built in the early 20th century and was one of the most significant estates built by the London County Council. The blocks remain standing in 2020 and received listed status in 1970

© Historic England Archive

Edward VII Estate  33323_032
Edward VII Estate 33323_032
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Clock Tower Court  EFC01_01_05_015_20920
Clock Tower Court EFC01_01_05_015_20920
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Nurses accommodation JLP01_08_057435
Nurses accommodation JLP01_08_057435
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Rebuilding P_H00101_009
Rebuilding P_H00101_009
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Kidderminster workshops AA99_05229
Kidderminster workshops AA99_05229
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Mural painting JLP01_08_078258
Mural painting JLP01_08_078258
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Kitchen diner JLP01_08_078256
Kitchen diner JLP01_08_078256
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Living Room JLP01_08_078252
Living Room JLP01_08_078252
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Victoria Park Estate JLP01_08_078248
Victoria Park Estate JLP01_08_078248
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Victoria Park Estate JLP01_08_078264a
Victoria Park Estate JLP01_08_078264a
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Smethwick JLP01_08_077777
Smethwick JLP01_08_077777
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Replacement housing JLP01_08_069312
Replacement housing JLP01_08_069312
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Replacement housing JLP01_08_069312 Featured Image

Replacement housing JLP01_08_069312

St Mary's Estate, Oldham. A worker securing a concrete slab during the construction of 12M Jespersen prototype flats in Oldham, with derelict terraced houses in the background.
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. The prototype flats shown in the photograph were built using the 12M Jespersen building system and were the first to be erected in Britain by Laing for the County Borough of Oldham. They were a short distance from the future St Mary's Estate on which 500 dwellings were due to be built comprising of low rise flats and modern terraced houses, replacing the earlier slums which had occupied the area. The 12M Jespersen flats on the housing estate were later demolished in 2007 with only the houses left standing

© Historic England Archive

Precast wall panels JLP01_08_069294
Precast wall panels JLP01_08_069294
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Restell Close JLP01_08_074885
Restell Close JLP01_08_074885
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Pooles Park JLP01_08_084205
Pooles Park JLP01_08_084205
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Aylesbury Estate Walworth JLP01_08_081550
Aylesbury Estate Walworth JLP01_08_081550
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Delivery JLP01_08_083042
Delivery JLP01_08_083042
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High rise DP077059
High rise DP077059
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Childrens play area JLP01_08_076262
Childrens play area JLP01_08_076262
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Easiform flats JLP01_08_010652A
Easiform flats JLP01_08_010652A
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Shuttering JLP01_08_000716
Shuttering JLP01_08_000716
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Moving in JLP01_08_062630
Moving in JLP01_08_062630
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Assembling Easiform housing jlp01_08_001312
Assembling Easiform housing jlp01_08_001312
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Assembling Easiform housing jlp01_08_001308
Assembling Easiform housing jlp01_08_001308
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Pooles Park JLP01_08_084205 Featured Image

Pooles Park JLP01_08_084205

Pooles Park, Finsbury Park, Islington, Greater London. Two children playing on posts in a playground besides blocks of flats at Pooles Park, built using the 12M Jespersen system.
In 1963, John Laing and Son Ltd bought the rights to the Danish industrialised building system for flats 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. The Pooles Park development was built by Laing for the London Borough of Islington and was designed by architects Max Long & Partners in association with Sydney Greenwood. The contract was for flats and maisonettes in a 12-storey block, a six storey block and seven four-storey blocks, to be built using the 12M Jespersen system, with precast units supplied by the John Laing Concrete factories at Andover and Heywood

© Historic England Archive

Gleedless Valley 28942_034
Gleedless Valley 28942_034
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Laing workers JLP01_08_045876
Laing workers JLP01_08_045876
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Callow Mount EAW153537
Callow Mount EAW153537
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Swindon Railway Village 29615_045
Swindon Railway Village 29615_045
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Swindon Railway Village 29615_044
Swindon Railway Village 29615_044
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Alnwick Westgate House RAC01_01_05_07
Alnwick Westgate House RAC01_01_05_07
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Alnwick Westgate House RAC01_01_05_05
Alnwick Westgate House RAC01_01_05_05
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Royal York Cresent DP146955
Royal York Cresent DP146955
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The Paragon DP146953
The Paragon DP146953
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