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Packington Neighbourhood Regeneration
The Hyde Group and Rydon
Site Area
Number of homes
Homes per hectare
Local authority
London Borough of Islington
Housing Innovation Awards - Most innovative regeneration scheme 2017 - Winner
London Planning Award 2013 - Commendation
National Housing Award 2013 - Winner
Housing Innovation Award 2013 - Winner
Evening Standard new Homes Award 2012 - Winner
Islington Society Architecture and Conservation Award 2012 - Winner
What House Award 2012 - Gold
Daily Telegraph British Homes Award 2011 - Winner
National Housing Awards - Best Regeneration 2019 - Winner
National Housing Awards - Best Partnership 2019 - High Commendation

This troubled 1970s estate is being transformed into a network of new streets and squares knitted into the surrounding urban fabric and fronting on to the Regent’s Canal. The neighbourhood contains around 800 new homes, community and youth centres, shops and business units. PTE’s masterplan helped win community support and was the basis of the outline planning permission and delivery strategy.

PTE has provided a full service on all phases.

The Packington Estate is a shining example of how we can all work together to get everything right, from resident involvement through to building design. In an ever changing city, like London, it’s crucial that we continue to work in partnership to provide much needed, high quality housing.”
David Lunts, Executive Director of Housing and Land, Greater London Authority
The Packington Estate is being transformed from isolated blocks of intimidating and soulless housing into a living community with real heart and purpose. I never in my life thought I would get a home as spacious as this and it is by far the best of its type in London, it really feels like a palace!”
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