21st Century Peabody
21st Century Peabody sets out our strategy for creating the best possible places for people living in our homes.
In exploring how we deliver our mission in the 21st Century we wanted to ensure that we had evidence-based research to underpin our work and to help us understand how to apply it practically.
Working with our residents, the Institute of Public Policy Research, De Montfort University and architects, Farrells, we have developed a set of principles and an evolving vision for communities of the future.
The seven core principles of exemplary 21st Century communities:
An exemplary community is one where people feel they belong.
It is a place where people have homes that meet their needs and are suitable for the changing circumstances of life.
It is a place where the landlord’s service is tailored to the individual.
It is a place where no child is living in poverty.
It is a place where all residents are supported in their daily lives and in their longer-term aspirations.
An exemplary community feels part of the wider, local area.
An exemplary community has a sustainable environment.
This will be the cornerstone for the development of Peabody communities over the next 25 years. Our vision is ambitious and we know we cannot deliver it on our own. We will take small, but significant, steps and work closely with our key partners to turn this vision into reality across our estates and communities in London.
Read the full 21st Century Peabody report (PDF, 4.58MB)
Read Peabody's carbon report by the Institute of Energy and Sustainable Development at De Montfort University, sets out the broad refurbishment approaches available to Peabody and provides detailed estimates on the likely cost in delivering these reductions.
If you would like more information on our 21st Century Peabody vision or you would like to help us deliver it, please contact Stephen Snead, email:email@example.com.