The g15 – who represent London’s largest housing associations and of which Family Mosaic is a member – has launched a report which documents 35 of its estate regeneration projects.

The report highlights the importance of estate regeneration in solving the capital’s housing crisis and identifies what is required to deliver more. It looks at how partnerships with local authorities and communities can lead to successful outcomes – far beyond vital new homes for new and existing residents.

Meeting the Challenge of Urban Renewal: The g15’s Contribution to Regenerating London’s Estates takes an in-depth look at the g15’s most recent regeneration projects. It outlines the complexity of delivering costly regeneration schemes and the contribution the g15 are making to deliver additional homes in the capital whilst ensuring robust community engagement at every step.

We can see through these stories that the g15 are wherever possible upholding the rights and wishes of existing residents, developing innovative products for leaseholders and providing housing opportunities through a range of different products for new residents.

The many case studies from our member organisations demonstrate best practice for urban estate regeneration. The g15’s ‘regeneration philosophy’, a core set of principles which govern the g15’s approach to estate regeneration, underpins a new proposed approach with central and local government to help to unlock the potential for more and improved urban renewal projects.