Date Publication Article
 23 December 2014  Architecture News UK Housing Review Panel “Needs To Be More Balanced,” Admits Terry Farrell
 18 December 2014  Building Design Farrell admits housing panel is ‘unbalanced’
 16 December 2014  Building Design Profession questions balance of housing design panel
 15 December 2014  Architects’ Journal Government sets up design panel to ‘ensure quality of new homes’
 15 December 2014  City AM Barratt, Taylor Wimpey and Bellway among 16 national house builders to sign up to government’s Starter Homes initiative
 1 December 2014  Placemaking Resource Placemakers – A Duty to Society?
 14 November 2014  Western Daily Press Housing shortage and Nimbys can be overcome by beauty, says Prince of Wales’ charity
 12 November 2014  24 Dash Prince Charles’ charity calls for creation of ‘Bimby’ developments to tackle housing crisis
 12 November 2014  The Mail Prince’s charity in ‘Bimby’ bid
 4 November 2014  Building Design Architects sought for detailed Mount Pleasant work
 3 November 2014  Placemaking Resource Professionalised Design Sterility
 10 October 2014  Building Design Zaha Hadid could work on Mount Pleasant proposal
 9 October 2014  Building Design Call in Mount Pleasant, Pickles urged
 7 October 2014  Evening Standard Simon Jenkins: Must these ghastly slabs be Boris’s legacy to London?
 7 October 2014  Building Design Mount Pleasant plans ‘now too toxic’, say opponents
 6 October 2014  The Independent Boris Johnson has revealed his true colours and taken a brick to people power
5 October 2014  Architects’ Journal Royal Mail opponents to press on with rival Mount Pleasant plans
 3 October 2014  Building Design Boris approves Mount Pleasant scheme
 3 October 2014  Architects’ Journal Boris approves Mount Pleasant development
 1 October 2014  Architects’ Journal Mayor to rule on Mount Pleasant
 22 September 2014  Placemaking Resource Housing Politics, Process and People
 28 August 2014  New York Times London Debates the Virtues of High and Low
 4 August 2014  Ham & High Comment: ‘Why the Swiss Cottage Tower is not the right way for London’
 30 July 2014  Architects’ Journal Backlash begins over Farrell’s Bishopsgate scheme
 11 July 2014  Architects’ Journal Mount Pleasant Association hold talks with Royal Mail over scheme
 10 July 2014  Architects’ Journal

MP: ‘Decision on Mt Pleasant should be stripped from mayor’
 9 July 2014  Islington Gazette Royal Mail to meet with Clerkenwell residents group over Mount Pleasant
 8 July 2014  Architects’ Journal Mount Pleasant opposition reveals video of alternative scheme
 7 July 2014  City AM Why I’m fighting Salesforce’s renaming of Heron Tower
 4 July 2014  Building Design Francis Terry reveals images of Mount Pleasant alternative
 3 July 2014  Architects’ Journal Francis Terry launches rival design for Mount Pleasant housing scheme
 3 July 2014  Evening Standard Prince Charles architect draws up a rival vision for Royal Mail development
 28 June 2014  Financial Times Interview: The Prince of Wales, the crown planner
 28 June 2014  Daily Telegraph Prince Charles intends to continue campaigning when he becomes King
 9 June 2014  Architects’ Journal Festival debate puts Skyline campaign back in the spotlight
 6 June 2014  Market Watch Cities can be saved — if politicians move out
 3 June 2014  International Business Times Lobby Group Eyes London Borough Transformation In Largest Scale Reformation Since Pre-War Times
 3 June 2014  BBC Radio 3 ‘Free Thinking’ Free Thinking – Do small buildings posses more moral qualities than big ones?
 3 June 2014  Architecture News 2014 London Festival of Architecture Explores the Theme of “Capital”
 30 May 2014  Building Design Five things you must go to at the London Festival of Architecture
 1 May 2014  Architects’ Journal How should London respond to the Skyline campaign?
 24 April 2014  City AM A terraced street revolution could end London’s housing crunch
 21 January 2014  City AM How regenerating failed high rises can gift London thousands of extra homes
 10 January 2014  The Guardian London housing crisis: Create streets? Fine. But who decides?


Our first report, Create Streets, provoked considerable publicity and discussion in press, with politicians, officials & architects.

The Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, backed our report on ITN News & ‘welcomed’ replacing multi-storey blocks with terraced homes.

Broadcast coverage: BBC Radio 4’s Today Programme, BBC TV News & Radio 5 Live, BBC London, LBC Radio, ITV London News, ITV Daybreak, Channel 4 News, many local stations & BBC News Online.

News & comment coverage: The TimesThe TelegraphHarry Mount in The TelegraphThe GuardianThe IndependentThe Evening StandardThe Daily MailThe Daily ExpressThe Sun.

The Guardian ran a web poll in response which found that 77% supported our proposals.

The New Statesman concluded that our report ‘made rather a big splash.’

Our second report, Why aren’t we building more streets, kick-started an important debate about what impact regulations have on our built environment.

‘This is another excellent report from Create Streets who are starting to really influence the debate about the future of the built environment in London. GLA Conservatives will be studying these proposals on how to reduce building red tape very carefully. I am sure that the Mayor’s team will be too.’ Andrew Boff ALM,  Leader of Conservative Group on the Greater London Authority

‘I’m supporting the Create Streets campaign, which seeks to address London’s housing shortage in a way that does not blight our city. Create Streets has shown that terraced streets and low rise flats can be just as effective in housing a dense population as high rise developments. By empowering our communities to redesign their neighbourhoods, we will be better placed to meet the challenges posed by a dramatically expanding population.’ Syed Kamall, London MEP