'A real community spirit' - London's council estates
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'Real community spirit' in London's council estates

The Grenfell Tower fire in London has brought attention to how the UK houses its poorest residents. Photographer Joe Newman has explored some of the city's biggest council estates

Photo: Dawson's Heights estate in Dulwich, south London, designed by Scottish architect Kate Macintosh, and built between 1964-1972.

Credit: Joe Newman/SWNS. All images except Grenfell Tower, ©Joe Newman/SWNS.

  • 25 Jun 2017
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