Manifesto

Architects for Social Housing (ASH) was founded in March 2015 in order to respond architecturally to London’s housing ‘crisis’. We are a Community Interest Company that organises working collectives of architects, urban designers, engineers, quantity surveyors, planners, film-makers, photographers, writers and housing campaigners for individual projects. Tailored to meet specific needs, these collectives operate with developing … Continue reading Manifesto

The UK ‘Vaccination’ Programme. Part 2: Virtue and Terror

Table of Contents Part 2. Virtue and Terror Censorship and Consent How to ‘Vaccinate’ UK Children Virtue and Terror Crime and Punishment in the UK Biosecurity State I can’t remember now exactly when it started — I think it was mid-March — but since the UK ‘vaccination’ programme reached my age bracket, it hasn’t let … Continue reading The UK ‘Vaccination’ Programme. Part 2: Virtue and Terror

The UK ‘Vaccination’ Programme. Part 1: Adverse Drug Reactions and Deaths

Table of Contents Part 1. Adverse Drug Reactions and Deaths What is a COVID-19 ‘Vaccine’? Adverse Drug Reactions to COVID-19 ‘Vaccines’ Deaths Following Injection with a COVID-19 ‘Vaccine’ Overall Mortality in the UK Biosecurity State It’s been nine months now since, in my article Lies, Damned Lies and Statistics: Manufacturing the Crisis, I analysed the … Continue reading The UK ‘Vaccination’ Programme. Part 1: Adverse Drug Reactions and Deaths

ASH Press Release: St Raphael’s Estate Saved from Demolition

ASH is happy to announce that, a month after we published and delivered to Brent Council our report on the design alternative to the demolition of St. Raphael’s estate — which demonstrated among other things the financial unviability of demolishing and redeveloping the 760 homes — Brent Council has agreed with us and called off … Continue reading ASH Press Release: St Raphael’s Estate Saved from Demolition

Saving St. Raphael’s Estate: The Alternative to Demolition

Architects for Social Housing is pleased to announce the publication of our report on the design alternative to the demolition of St. Raphael’s estate in Neasden, in the London Borough of Brent. The result of two years’ work with residents, the report includes ASH’s proposals for the refurbishment of the estate’s 760 existing homes, the improvement … Continue reading Saving St. Raphael’s Estate: The Alternative to Demolition

The Unlawful Killing of Ian Tomlinson

Dedicated to the memory of Ian Tomlinson (7 February, 1962—1 April, 2009) and the 1,772 people who have died after contact with the police in England and Wales between 1990 and 2020, for not one of whose deaths has a police officer been convicted. 1 P.C. Simon Harwood killed Ian Tomlinson With a standard-issue extendable … Continue reading The Unlawful Killing of Ian Tomlinson

The Impact of Lockdown on UK Housing

This text was originally published by the Academy of Ideas at University of Buckingham in the People’s Lockdown Inquirer, a book-length report documenting the impact of lockdown restrictions on UK government, media, health, care homes, social work, education, schools, universities, children, the economy, work, industries, housing, prisons, transport, culture, arts, sport, society, rights and freedoms. The … Continue reading The Impact of Lockdown on UK Housing

In Our Defence: Freedom of Speech in the UK Biosecurity State

‘The struggle of man against power is the struggle of memory against forgetting.’ — Milan Kundera In January of this year, ASH received a letter from the Architects Registration Board (ARB), a body created by The Architects Act 1997 to be the regulator of UK architects. It’s job is to enforce The Architects Code: Standards of … Continue reading In Our Defence: Freedom of Speech in the UK Biosecurity State

March for Freedom: London, 29 May, 2021

On Saturday 29 May, up to a million people from all over the UK (the march took 2 hours to pass a given point) marched from Parliament Square, up Whitehall, through Trafalgar Square, up the Charing Cross Road, along Oxford Street and out through West London to Shepherd’s Bush, where (after a few wrong turns in Acton) we peacefully … Continue reading March for Freedom: London, 29 May, 2021