Densifying suburbia

Architecture Initiative's Revelstoke Road scheme increases the area’s typical density of 50 dph to 161 dph

Localism and small-scale interventions could play an important part in increasing housing densities, writes Matt Goodwin. But the inflexible reality is enough to deter all but the richest players

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