These are by no means all of the posts I’ve done about Granby 4 Streets in Liverpool 8. But they’re enough to tell you the story of what’s happening as these last 4 original streets of Granby enter a future that, for a long time, they weren’t expecting to get.
A story of a determined community, of multiple failed regeneration initiatives and of the final coming together of a Community Land Trust and a creative partnership, now not only on site at long, long last. But also and bizarrely winning the Turner Prize. The deepest community led learning of my life.
My own history in Granby goes back to the early days of my housing career in the 1970s. But here’s the story of the last 6 years, when I finished my work as a board member of the Granby 4 Streets Community Land Trust, though I continue to be a member of the CLT itself:
- Granby 4 Streets: A summary of the story
- It’s Liverpool 1969: In Granby
- Working with Granby residents
- Granby 4 Streets, the market’s back
- The Street Market
- Granby 4 Streets, what’s going on?
- Living for the City, going back to Granby
- Granby 4 Streets – at last
- In Liverpool: Granby and Homebaked
- In Granby: Getting ready for the street market – a site inspection
- In Granby: The September street market
- An invitation to Granby
- Wondrous Day
- Granby 4 Streets: Extraordinary Forever
- In Granby: The Street Party
- On site, January 2015
- February 2015 news
- On site, March 2015
- April 2015 news
- Granby 4 Streets and the Turner Prize
- Community led: Moving beyond victims and heroes
- A Granby 4 Streets Poem
- Considering the Street Market
- The Great Street?
- What’s your Granby story?
- Street Market, September 2015
- Open to the Future
- Getting to the Turner Prize
- On winning the Turner Prize
- How to do Social Housing: Part One
- How to do Social Housing: Part Two
To see everything I’ve written and photographed of Granby search on ‘Granby’ in the search box on the blog.