NYCHA » Public Housing Revolution: Lessons from London

This report is part of a CHPC initiative to learn about how England’s public housing conditions were radically improved, by pairing the expertise of residents with the resources of the affordable housing industry, and how these principles can be applied in New York City.

This report concludes with an overview of primary source documents, providing an in-depth resource for practitioners who want to dive deeper into the specific tools used in the regeneration of England’s public housing. All of the documents (which range from minutes from meetings with residents, to corporate strategies for resident engagement, to tenant ballots) can be downloaded from CHPC’s online Resident Engagement Toolkit.






Download primary source documents!
All documents highlighted at the end of this report can be downloaded from the toolkit linked below.